While “I see dead people” might cause the average person to flee in terror, for the protagonists of these books, it’s just business as usual. From lesbian necromancers, to spirit mediums during World War I, to a ghostalker who carries messages to those left behind, here are five stories where characters don’t seem to mind talking with folks who should be dead and buried.
Here’s what went on sale today! Any Minute Now by Eric Van Lustbader Red Rover is broken, finished, dead. The blackest of black ops teams is betrayed on its top-priority mission to capture and interrogate a mysterious Saudi terrorist. One of their own is killed, the remaining two barely get home alive. Then without warning Read More »
Tor/Forge authors are on the road in August! See who is coming to a city near you this month. Levi Black, Red Right Hand Wednesday, August 3 Orlando Public Library Orlando, FL 6:30 PM Robert Brockway, The Empty Ones Tuesday, August 30 Powell’s City of Books Portland, OR 7:00 PM W. Bruce Cameron, Repo Madness Tuesday, Read More »
Ghost Talkers: a new novel from beloved fantasy author Mary Robinette Kowal featuring the mysterious spirit corps and their heroic work in World War I. Ginger Stuyvesant, an American heiress living in London during World War I, is engaged to Captain Benjamin Hartshorne, an intelligence officer. Ginger is a medium for the Spirit Corps, a Read More »