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“Love is an enchantress–devious and wild. It sneaks up behind you, soft and gentle and quiet, just before it slits your throat.” Hauntingly beautiful and magical, Shea Ernshaw’s debut novel, The Wicked Deep, brings the whimsical themes of Practical Magic and Hocus Pocus together for this story of curses, sisters, and murderous love. The eerie …

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“She walks with grace upon the clouds, and the stars know her by name.” A web of passions, ancient bloodlines, looming war, allies, traitors, and vengeance… Aside from the obvious cover lust that I have for this book…. I really, really wanted to love this book, but by no means do I think it is …

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I found this book to be a refreshing take on Victorian London in 1888. We are introduced to Miss Audrey Rose Wadsworth, the daughter of an upper class family whose life’s work is performing autopsies on the dead. Considered to be very unladylike to society, Audrey Rose does not let modern standards define her gender …

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