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One week and counting…

Death of an Eye, the first Eye of Isis novel, publishes in paperback on September 5. Click here to pre-order your copy now.   Excerpt from Death of an Eye: “And the honey? A binding agent?” “So you weren’t asleep during the entirety of Natan’s classes after all. I often wondered. That, and the willow…

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She wondered why she had never noticed before how so many ballads were written on horseback.

From Dead in the Water, the third Kate Shugak novel: She wondered why she had never noticed before how so many ballads were written on horseback. The bat was coming down steadily now, in its own asymmetrical rhythm, batting out a tattoo of endurance, a measure of survival. When she got home, if she got…

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Two weeks and counting…

Death of an Eye, the first Eye of Isis novel, publishes in paperback on September 5. Click here to pre-order your copy now. Excerpt from Death of an Eye: “I imagine you’ll find it a tad less amusing when we’re boarded by the Brundisi and sold into slavery on the return trip. Those of us…

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Three weeks and counting…

Death of an Eye, the first Eye of Isis novel, publishes in paperback on September 5. Click here to pre-order your copy now. On a trip to Turkey I saw these Eyes everywhere, from embedded in pavement to over doors to painted on a breakwater in a harbor. They are meant to avert the Evil…

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