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  • Morbid, Macabre and Magical!

    A morbidly curious heroine and a curiously morbid hero investigate a series of supernatural murders in the Age of Enlightenment in this literary infusion of dismembered bodies, dark secrets and dare we say, sweet romance?

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  • Looking forward to the next installment

    Excellent read, a very unique story and premise. The author creates excellent characters and is able to keep the reader abreast of the many storylines happening in one novel.

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  • Novel mix of genres

    I liked the mix of mystery, regency slow burn romance and zombies with a steampunk feel. The series premise is that a French mage infected some upper class ladies with zombie-ism through a face powder and now it is a managed "Affliction". The style is much like a police procedural. Interesting & enjoyable.

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  • Who is attacking Society?

    An alternate version of England in 1816. Both England and France have mages and during the war, France's mages created a cursed face-powder which converts the users into brain-eating zombies. The good thing is that they can manage with just a sliver of brain per day (available for purchase); most don't go crazy. But someone is killing servants and eating the whole brain.

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  • Mayhem and Monsters

    I loved this book! The world building is so different from others. I look forward to reading the others in the series.

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