Great new Southern Gothic
Daisy Goodnight can speak to the dead. It’s not the result
of a head injury or some near-death experience. She was just
born that way. And she’s really good at it. Good enough to
help the police solve the occasional homicide.
But helping the local authorities clear cold cases is one
thing. Being whisked out of chemistry class by the FBI and
flown to the scene of a murder/kidnapping in Minnesota?
That’s the real deal.
Before the promotion can go to Daisy’s head, she’s up to her
neck in trouble. The spirits are talking, and they’re
terrified. There’s a real living girl in danger. And when
Daisy is kidnapped by a crime boss with no scruples about
using magic—and Daisy—to get what he wants, it looks like
hers is the next soul on the line.
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