Women, survivors, warriors—the hardcore ensemble from "American Monsters" survive the worst act of domestic terrorism ever to occur on American soil when 35,000 ravers are murdered in cold blood.
Regathered, and regrown from their remaining body parts, they must work with the LAPD detectives Atticus Red Feather and Synthia Günn to put together the pieces of this monstrous act and face a new horror.
The science experiments of an elite underground lab team, led by Colonel Ripper Ransom—of Mai Lai massacre fame— want out, and the smog goddess Kaleanathi wants more souls to devour.
What will happen if the survivors fail? The world is full of monsters, but the worst are yet to come.
In the long-awaited follow-up to her first novel "American Monsters", Sezin Koehler has surfed a genre shift in "Crime Rave" from postmodern feminist horror to a crime and urban fantasy crossover with an all-monsters-in approach to satiate even the most hardened horror fan.
Vampires, werewolves, serial killers, war criminals, zombies, aliens, hybrids, psychics, and mutants: there’s something for everyone in this fresh take on a supernatural crime novel.
Picking up right where "American Monsters" left off—and written with first readers in mind—Koehler weaves us into her tapestry of an alternate universe in which goddesses have free reign over humans, trauma goes hand in hand with superpowers, and Marilyn Monroe not only lives, but has a daughter. These are only some of the many impossible things you'll believe while reading this uniquely told tale of destruction, survival, and redemption for some.
If you’re a new reader, welcome.
If you’re an old one, welcome back. The scenery has changed some.
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About the Author
Sezin Koehler is a novelist, Huffington Post blogger, Third Culture Kid, and Frida Kahlo devotee living in a tiny Florida beach town with the Stephen King-esque moniker of Lighthouse Point.