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When 26-year-old anthropology grad student Jenny DeSoto is asked by her dad's former NYPD partner Mike--whom Jenny has always carried a torch for--to help solve an occult crime, she is plunged into a nightmare that may never end. The grave of the notorious serial killer Charles Sesbit, who left her father a disabled wreck, has been dug up...and his skull is missing. Jenny immediately recognizes the work of a Palero, a priest in the dark religion Palo Mayombe. Jenny knows the Palero plans to raise the spirit of Charles Sesbit in a terrifying ritual that will make the killer his slave to command at will. But what Jenny doesn't realize is that the dark priest knows who she is, and has plans of his own for her...
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You can learn more about Steve Neil Johnson at his web site: SteveNeilJohnson.com. Steve is the author of the bestselling Doug Orlando mysteries, FINAL ATONEMENT (Lambda Literary Award finalist for Best Mystery) and FALSE CONFESSIONS. The books grew out of his experiences working for the District Attorney of Brooklyn. His other books include the occult thriller THIS ENDLESS NIGHT, the young adult novel RAISING KANE, and the middle-grade book (under the pseudonym Rathbone Ravenford) EVERYBODY HATES EDGAR ALLAN POE! He was honored by ONE/National Gay & Lesbian Archives for his contributions to gay literature. He is a longtime resident of Los Angeles, where he is writing his four-book four-decade spanning saga of gay life from the 1950s to the 1980s, The L.A. AFTER MIDNIGHT Quartet. The first book in the series, THE YELLOW CANARY, was a Lambda Literary Award finalist for Best Mystery. THE BLACK CAT is the second book in the series. The third, THE BLUE PARROT, was recently released.
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Book Description Clutching Hand Books, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0615570364
Book Description Clutching Hand Books, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 334 pages. 8.00x5.25x0.76 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk0615570364