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Monday, October 8, 2012

Amityville Horrible by Kelley Armstrong, A New Novella

Yes, Kelley has ANOTHER one. She is a busy lady and I love it. This is an Otherworld story featuring Jaime Vargas, the necromancer fans either love or hate. "Amityville Horrible" will be available as an ebook first, before the end of the year, with the hardcover to follow in January. Squee! However, the hardcover of"Amityville Horrible" will only be available as a signed, limited edition, with a much smaller print run than other novellas by Kelley, so don't delay if you're interested. It won't be available to large online retailers or wholesalers, so a direct order from Subterranean is your best bet. If you have a copy of Kelley's novella, "Forbidden" on order, they'll automatically match your number. The book is available for pre-order. There's no cover yet but according to the Subterranean Press site, the dust jacket and interior illustrations will be by Maurizio Manzieri. The ebook will be available from the same online vendors as Angelic, Counterfeit Magic and Hidden.

The blurb: Jaime Vegas—spiritualist, entertainer and, unbeknownst to her audience, real-life necromancer—swore she’d never do another reality ghost show after the last fiasco. But when she’s railroaded into a charity gig, she finds herself back on the set, this time with a cast of photogenic college kids, an up-and¬-coming Russian spiritualist, and a tale of missing girls and murder in New England. It’s cheesy, but that’s show business. With her werewolf Alpha lover, Jeremy Danvers, along to keep her nights interesting, it’s not so bad really. Until the bloody ghosts show up. Jaime has never faced spirits like these, and no matter how hard she tries, they won’t be ignored.


  1. I really need to read the Otherworld series..eep!

    1. Yes, yes you must! She's my favorite UF author. But be sure to read in order; you can go out of order but works better in order.


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