From urban fantasy and USA Today bestselling author Annie Bellet comes three paranormal mystery short stories featuring Creole gentleman Remy Pigeon.
Remy Pigeon has a gift, or a curse. He touches objects and reads the past from them. Sometimes this lets him solve mysteries, but mostly it gets him neck deep in paranormal problems.
Til Human Voices Wake Us-
Bodies of men start turning up in the bayou and the sheriff turns to Remy to solve the who, why, and how. But when his gift uncovers more mystery and more bodies, Remy might have to choose between justice and saving his own skin.
Dusk and Shiver-
The last thing Remy expects on a quiet day at home is an axe-bearing zombi breaking through his front door. Worse, she’s a former client of his, and the mother of a newborn baby. To solve the mystery of her un-death, Remy must venture out into the post-hurricane wreckage of his town, find the baby, and stop a murderous voodun sorcerer.
It’s one hell of a day off.
Remy prefers to stay away from trouble, but when an attractive red-head with a serious problem and a supernatural secret wanders into his house on a hot summer day, Remy knows that trouble has just found him.
About the Author
Annie Bellet is the author of the Pyrrh Considerable Crimes Division, The Twenty-Sided Sorceress, and the Gryphonpike Chronicles series. She holds a BA in English and a BA in Medieval Studies and thus can speak a smattering of useful languages such as Anglo-Saxon and Medieval Welsh. Her short fiction work is available in multiple collections and anthologies.
Her interests besides writing include rock climbing, reading, horse-back riding, video games, comic books, table-top RPGs and many other nerdy pursuits. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and a very demanding Bengal cat.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have read other books by this author and while they r all very enjoyable I have to say Remy is my favorite.
Solid short paranormal mysteries. The book is 100ish pgs. The Flashover is a free nook book, so since I got that for free there were only 2 short stories at approx. 70ish pgs, which I felt was a little much for $2.99. On the other hand of have gotten several of her "free" short stories so I didn't mind at all. The stories are about Remy, who can read memories from objects he touches. He has unusual clients. The stories are well done, I would how ever like more background information on Remy. He needs more character development. This could be a very good series. There was a spelling error on pg. 36, approx. 13 lines down. Ms. Bellet I think meant "line" but its "limn".