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A Darkness Strange and Lovely
In this electrifying sequel to "Something Strange and Deadly, " Eleanor Fitt flees to Europe to seek the help of the Spirit-Hunters after a villain from her past resurfaces, only to find that, in Paris, there's a new kind of evil lurking.
Praise for A Darkness Strange and Lovely…
Oh. My. God. IN LOVE! This book takes the walking dead to a whole new level! This whole book keeps you on the edge of your seat… chewing your nails waiting to see what is going to happen next…This book is a MUST read.
-Melissa, bookseller at Mysteries on Mainstreet
Mystery, romance, humor, action, a sure-fire setting: Dennard delivers.
praise for SOMETHING STRANGE AND DEADLY: “From the first page, readers will be awakened to an 1876 Philadelphia replete with animated corpses, irresistible romance and a game of intrigue. Those who enjoy Cassandra Clare’s the Infernal Devices series will be spellbound by Dennard’s macabre and impressive debut.
praise for Something Strange and Deadly: Debut author Dennard deftly weaves together a vast plot blending historical fiction, horror, romance, and mystery. A roaring-and addictive-gothic world.
praise for Something Strange and Deadly: This debut novel is quite compelling and features a plot that moves at breakneck speed. The plot is full of action, betrayal, and romance.
-Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
praise for Something Strange and Deadly: A wonderfully brisk pace sweeps readers into an intriguing mystery. Eleanor serves as a highly entertaining guide and readers will find themselves settling in among the undead just fine.
-Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books