The Hanged Man's Wife

The Hanged Man's Wife

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The Hanged Man's Wife by Artemis Greenleaf, Alicia Richardson

Marti Keller was married to the man of her dreams and had a satisfying career as an emergency room nurse. But a soul-shattering tragedy turns her world upside down, leaving her desperately clinging to the one precious thing left in her life. After her search for a work-at-home job leads her to rediscover her long-suppressed ability to communicate with ghosts, she encounters Spam, the restless spirit of a murder victim, who begs her to help bring his killer to justice. She agrees, but her life quickly spirals out of control. Even as she fears she is descending into madness, a mysterious stranger named Quinn steps in to catch her fall. He always seems to turn up just in the nick of time. It's almost...preternatural. In fact, the more she discovers, the more she finds that everything she thinks she knows is wrong. And that the worst monsters are usually hidden in plain sight.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780988807013
Publisher: Black Mare Books
Publication date: 12/24/2012
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.78(d)

About the Author

Artemis Greenleaf has devoured fairy tales, folk tales and ghost stories since before she could read. Artemis did, in fact, marry an alien and she lives in the suburban wilds of Houston, Texas with her husband, two children and assorted pets. She writes both fiction and non-fiction and her work has appeared in magazines and as novels. For more information, please visit artemisgreenleaf.com.

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CathyGeha More than 1 year ago
As a child I loved reading fairy tales with all they presented and even asked for the complete Andrew Lang series of Fairy Tales as a wedding gift. In those stories of my childhood there were good and bad entities, problems to overcome and usually a happy ending for at least one or more in the story. That is why my overall feeling about this story is that it is a fairy tale for adults with good overcoming evil, otherworldly creatures coming to earth to help out, a quest of sorts and a sort of prince and princess. Then, add into the mix some astral plane events, predetermination of who and what life lesson you will have while on earth, mediums, witches, guardian angels and spirit guides and you might get just a taste of what this story holds in store for those who read it. The only quibble I might have is that in the first chapter or so I had a bit of trouble sorting out who was who and just what each one was but by persevering I had a wonderful read and met some very interesting characters.