Kincaide owns Trifles and Folly, an antique shop with a secret history. Cassidy can read the history of
objects by touching them. She and her allies use magic and paranormal abilities to keep Charleston and
the world safe from supernatural threats. Journey…if you dare…through these satisfyingly spooky short
stories and novellas that take place around and between the novels in the Deadly Curiosities
A collection of
nine stand-alone adventures: Buttons, The Restless Dead, Retribution, Coffin Box, Wicked Dreams,
Collector, Bad Memories, Shadow Garden, and Spook House.
Trifles and Folly is a
fascinatingly frightful set of dark urban fantasy tales full of abandoned mansions, restless spirits,
Hoodoo, magic, supernatural creatures and long-overdue revenge.
to the Deadly Curiosities series. Can be read as a standalone.
Edition 2, 2018. Includes an updated cover, minor edits and the BONUS section with three stories
chronicling Sorren’s early days: Vanities, The Wild Hunt, and Dark Legacy.
“A fabulous job of creating a world that was steeped with curses, lore, lure,
deadly consequences, and magic.” —The Book Junkie on Trifles & Folly
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Gail Z. Martin
writes urban fantasy, epic fantasy, steampunk and more for Solaris Books, Orbit Books, Falstaff Books,
SOL Publishing and Darkwind Press. Urban fantasy series include Deadly Curiosities and the Night
Vigil (Sons of Darkness). Epic fantasy series include Darkhurst, the Chronicles Of The Necromancer,
the Fallen Kings Cycle, the Ascendant Kingdoms Saga, and the Assassins of Landria.
Larry N. Martin, she is the co-author of Iron & Blood, Storm & Fury (both
Steampunk/alternate history), the Spells Salt and Steel comedic horror series, the Roaring Twenties
monster hunter Joe Mack Shadow Council series, and the Wasteland Marshals near-future
post-apocalyptic series. As Morgan Brice, she writes urban fantasy MM paranormal romance, with the
Witchbane, Badlands, Treasure Trail, Kings of the Mountain and Fox Hollow series. Gail is also a
con-runner for ConTinual, the online, ongoing multi-genre convention that never ends.
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