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A Summoning of Souls

A Summoning of Souls

by Leanna Renee Hieber

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Overview

As the twentieth century dawns in NYC, the top-secret Ghost Precinct pursues justice beyond the earthly realm in this paranormal historical mystery series.
 
The ethereal denizens of New York owe a great debt to Eve Whitby, the young medium who leads an all-female team of spiritualists in the police department’s Ghost Precinct. Without her efforts on behalf of the incorporeal, many souls would have been lost or damned by means both human and inhuman.

But now Eve faces an enemy determined to exorcise the city’s ghostly population once and for all. Albert Prenze is supposed to be dead. Instead he is very much alive, having assumed the identity of his twin brother Alfred, and taken control of the family’s dubiously acquired fortune. To achieve his vicious ends, Albert plots to twist Eve’s abilities into his own psychic weapon—a weapon that not only poses a threat to spirits but to everyone she cares for, including her beloved Detective Horowitz . . .

“Smart, boundlessly creative gaslamp fantasy.” RT Book Reviews on Eterna and Omega
 
“Will have readers chomping at the bit for more.” Suspense Magazine on Eterna and Omega

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781635730609
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 07/21/2020
Series: The Spectral City Novels , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 200
Sales rank: 768,556
File size: 6 MB

About the Author

Author, actress and playwright Leanna Renee Hieber grew up in rural Ohio inventing ghost stories. She graduated with a BFA in Theatre and a focus in the Victorian Era from Miami University. She began her theatrical career with the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company and began adapting works of 19th Century literature for the stage. Her novella Dark Nest won the 2009 Prism Award.

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