Thirteen short stories in the paranormal steampunk science fiction genre with a theme of the Old West.
Exiled for her husband’s treachery to the savage planet of Karhari, Maud was completely abandoned by his family. Rescued by her sister Dina, she’s sworn off all things vampire. Until she meets Arland, the Marshal of House Krahr.
Together, the Robin, the Kestrel, and the Ghost will foil a plot to drive all music forever from the land – but first, the Robin and the Kestrel must tame the killer Ghost.
David and Lia got married! Then rumors surface that David is selling ancient artifacts. Amelia and company must expose the real culprit and Egypt is their best chance. Drug dealing, moral misconduct, then the question of an illegitimate child is thrown at Ramses’ head.
A brag made in anger finds Rune at risk of death, unless she can keep the Ghost of Skull Hill enthralled. It’s a musical performance that could end in death or the beginning of a whole new life.
Facing the loss of her old life, Lilly Vickers is determined to try again, to follow her own path despite the negativity of her parents. It’s a path that faces the vandalism of a dragon and religious bigots.
I received this book for free from my own shelves in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.The Serpent’s Shadow by Mercedes Lackey Genres: Paranormal Fantasy, Historical Published by DAW on March 1, 2002 Pages: 403 Format: eBook Source: my own shelves […]