Magic is seeping out of the world, leaving the witches who’ve relied on it for countless centuries increasingly desperate. While some see magic’s demise as an inevitable end of their era, others are courting madness, and willing to sacrifice former allies, friends, and family to retain power.
“Palpable descriptions of magic both enchant and disturb… Horn expertly weaves disparate story lines into a breathless, enthralling ending.” —Booklist
1944, Oak Ridge, Tennessee: a city that doesn’t officially exist.
In The Atomic City Girls, June arrives to work in a factory, curious about the top-secret purpose of her job. But she learns the price of ignoring the Army’s warning: “What you see here, what you hear here, what you do here, let it stay here.”
Hallow Be the Haunt brings back original Krewe member Jake Mallory along with Ashley Donegal—of Donegal Plantation. (And Jackson Crow, field head for the Krewe!) But, Ashley and Jake have decided to make it all legal. They never really thought about being anything but a couple, yet, in realizing they want a family, they’re thinking marriage and a wedding.
Where else could they be married other than Ashley’s family home, Donegal Plantation? The plantation house welcomes visitors to learn history, as a bed and breakfast, and—at Halloween—a haunted attraction. Coming home in October to make the last-minute plans for a November wedding may not have been such a great idea. Especially when the plantation is decked out in full Halloween regalia—and costumed killers are suddenly prowling the streets of New Orleans, and throughout the neighboring countryside.
I hope you’ll enjoy this novella—and that it does contain lots of chills and thrills and mysteries for you.
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