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Medicine Road ***SIGNED***

Charles de Lint

Published by Subterranean Press, Burton, MI, 2004
ISBN 10: 1931081964 / ISBN 13: 9781931081962
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Title: Medicine Road ***SIGNED***

Publisher: Subterranean Press, Burton, MI

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hard Cover

Illustrator: Charles Vess

Book Condition: As New

Dust Jacket Condition: As New

Signed: Signed by Author & Illustrator on the Full Title P

Edition: First Trade Edition, First Printing.

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Synopsis: Music, Mischief, and Magic

Laurel and Bess Dillard are charismatic bluegrass musicians enjoying the success of their first Southwestern tour. But the Dillard girls know that magical adventures are always at hand. Upon meeting two mysterious strangers at a gig, the red-headed twins are drawn into an age-old, mystical wager along the Medicine Road.

One day, seeing a red dog chasing a jackalope, Coyote Woman gave them both human forms. They became Jim Changing Dog and Alice Corn Hair. In return, both Jim and Alice must find true love within a hundred years, or their five-fingered? forms will be forfeit. Alice has found her soul mate, but trickster Jim is unwilling to settle down until he sets eyes upon free-spirited Bess Dillard.

Yet time is running out for the red dog and the jackalope. In just two weeks, they will journey to their reckoning at the Medicine Wheel. Meanwhile, a motorcycle-riding seductress and a vengeful rattlesnake woman are eager to meddle, and Bess and Laurel, caught in a web of love and lies, must find their own paths into the spirit world.

About the Author: Charles de Lint is the best-selling author of more than seventy adult, YA, and children?s books, including Moonheart, The Onion Girl, Widdershins, Medicine Road, and Under My Skin. He is the recipient of the World Fantasy, YALSA, Crawford, and Aurora awards. De Lint is a poet, songwriter, performer, and folklorist, and he writes a book review column for Fantasy & Science Fiction.

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