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Poker chips and a silver flask are clues to an old murder and a vengeful ghost bent on righting old wrongs. When developers disturb old graves, Cassidy and her team land in the middle of big trouble as the restless dead return to finish old business and feast […]. A Deadly Curiosities Adventure 9. When a prominent man and his wife die suddenly, a cursed gift appears to be the culprit.

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Cassidy, Teag and Sorren must hunt a supernatural killer before it strikes again. A Deadly Curiosities Adventure Inexplicable murders among King Street merchants look like the work of a long-dead serial killer. Cassidy, Teag and Sorren go looking for an undead slasher before the body count rises. This series of adventures spans over years, from the s to modern day as a small cabal of vampires and their human helpers battle supernatural enemies to find and destroy dangerous magical items and keep the world safe from dark […].

When construction workers expose a mysterious artifact in the walls of a centuries-old building, Cassidy, Teag, and Sorren must battle vengeful ghosts and hungry ghouls to keep the death toll from rising. This series of adventures spans over years, from the s to modern day as a small cabal of vampires and their human helpers battle supernatural enemies to find and destroy dangerous magical items and keep the world safe […].

Murderous garden statues and dangerous hauntings plunge Cassidy, Teag, and Sorren into a deadly quest to uncover and destroy the cause of the problems. Old secrets, family curses, and dark magic align against them, and more people will die unless they can overcome an ancient brooding evil.

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Cassidy is called in to help when a Halloween haunted house attraction turns dangerous with real supernatural creatures. The race is on for Cassidy and Teag to settle the restless spirits before visitors get more than they bargained for. A Deadly Curiosities Adventure 15 An heirloom serving dish provides a clue to a string of unsolved holiday murders and a psycho supernatural killer. With days to go before the killer strikes again, Cassidy, Teag, and Sorren must figure out whose dark magic is behind the ritual murders and stop the deadly pattern before another Thanksgiving becomes a bloodbath.

A Deadly Curiosities Adventure 17 Vengeful ghosts rise at a historic mansion, revealing family secrets, dark ambitions and old bloodshed. Congrats on the new book! Will you tell us a bit about Deadly Curiosities and what inspired the story?

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With Deadly Curiosities , the inspiration came from several sources. I had visited Charleston several times, and left convinced that it would be a fantastic place for an urban fantasy. That was where things started. Then my dad passed away, and in the process of going through all his odd collections, I started to think about the hold that objects have on our imagination and our memory, and that just went in a haunted direction…. I happen to own a beautiful pair of opera glasses… just like the ones in the book….

What did you like most about writing the character of Cassidy Kincaide, and why do you think readers will root for her? Cassidy has an unusual psychic gift—psychometry, the ability to read the history of objects by touching them. The gift runs in her family, and it turns out, so does the mission of running Trifles and Folly to get dangerous magical items off the market. Cassidy is relatively new to running Trifles and Folly, an antique store in Charleston which she inherited from an uncle, and along with it, an obligation to the Alliance.

The Alliance is a secret organization of mortals and immortals who work to keep magically malicious objects out of the wrong hands. Incidentally, if you like Cassidy and you want to see more about her before the next book comes out in , please take a look at my Deadly Curiosities Adventures short stories on Kindle, Kobo and Nook— Buttons, Coffin Box and Wicked Dreams feature Cassidy, as does the free novella on Wattpad, The Final Death.

Sorren is a pretty interesting character.

galaxysuperlucky.hipwee.com/map29.php Deadly Curiosities features a year old vampire and an antique curio store, and much more! What kind of research did you do for the book? I did a lot of research on Charleston itself, usually when I needed to find something specific, or fact-check the date of a hurricane, or some other obscure point. But I was a history major, so research is cool.

What is your writing process like?

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Then I write from 2 until 8 or so. I stare at the screen until something comes together.

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When I need a break, I jump out to Facebook or Twitter or a news site, and come back again. Lots of coffee.

Too many to list! David Drake mentored and encouraged me, for which I am very grateful.