And Now A Word From Our Sponsors: Grayling Cross
"Why is magic still a secret in Edmonton? Good PR."
Gayleen Froese's Grayling Cross, the sequel to Froese's supernatural mystery Touch, is "taut, laced with humor" (Quill & Quire) and "a lively novel filled with action, both real and unreal" (Globe and Mail). What better gift for the holidays than a funny, exciting book — or a set of them, even?
Psychic Anna Gareau and public relations expert Collie Kostyna keep things quiet for local magicians and for their biggest client, an underground supernatural society known as the Embassy.
When an investigator arrives in town on the trail of a missing teenage psychic, he hires Anna and Collie to be his liaisons to the local magic community. Troublingly, though, their new client turns out to have a knack for suppressing magic, and the Embassy wastes no time telling Anna and Collie to get him out of town. And when an Embassy employee is found murdered — in a house nobody should have been able to enter, with a weapon that never should have killed him — suspicion naturally falls upon Anna and Collie’s client.
Was he involved in murder? And what is his relationship to a northern Alberta ghost town called Grayling Cross?
Two lucky Tomato Nation readers could win your very own copies of the first book, Touch — just leave an interested comment on this entry (with a valid email address), and you're in the running! (Note: winners have been selected as of 12/7 — thanks so much for your interest!)
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