Overview

For Graeme Shepherd, words have always been important, be it complex spells or ancient, difficult to decipher texts. From sorcerer for hire to Ancient Studies professor, language and the ability to communicate have been his life.

But a mysterious ailment is slowly robbing him of the ability to express himself, every day bringing him closer to being locked away in his own head.

With his lovers Diana Glendower and Peter Oberon by his side, it ...

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A Blanket of Bitter Frost

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Overview

For Graeme Shepherd, words have always been important, be it complex spells or ancient, difficult to decipher texts. From sorcerer for hire to Ancient Studies professor, language and the ability to communicate have been his life.

But a mysterious ailment is slowly robbing him of the ability to express himself, every day bringing him closer to being locked away in his own head.

With his lovers Diana Glendower and Peter Oberon by his side, it becomes a race against the clock to find out what is turning a brilliant man into a gibbering idiot. When modern medicine fails to provide any answers, one avenue remains. Magic.

And the answer is more devastating than any of them could imagine.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781595786630
  • Publisher: Liquid Silver Books
  • Publication date: 2/22/2010
  • Series: Arcana Ancien , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 159
  • Sales rank: 1,194,968
  • File size: 207 KB

Meet the Author

Grey was born the eldest daughter of a Protestant minister in New England and was raised in various small towns throughout the USA Northeast and Midwest, where there was little to do but live in her imagination. She was a voracious reader, and started writing at an early age, settling on that as her life’s work before higher education led her astray. After attending state and Ivy League universities to earn degrees in History, Anthropology and Folklife Studies, she settled in suburban Pennsylvania to start her own family. There she rediscovered her love of the written word, and has been writing ever since, putting out seven novels and three stories in anthologies since 2005. She’s been in love four times, had her heart broken twice, broke another’s heart once, and is currently working on her happily ever after. For more on Grey and her thoughts and experiences on writing and the big wide world of publishing, visit her website at greygerou.com or on MySpace at myspace.com/authorgreygerouEmery Sanborne considers herself a work in progress. She loves Philadelphia, Lake Michigan, taking long walks through old cemeteries, accents from the British Isles and writing. While she has yet to fall in love, she holds onto the hope of one day being completely swept off her feet by something other than a really good book or the strong city wind. For more information on Emery, please visit emerysanborne.com. Or you can catch the latest in her journal at emery-sanborne.livejournal.com or MySpace at myspace.com/emerysanborne
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