All The Bells on Earth by James P. Blaylock

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The author of the award-winning ghost story Night Relics spins a chilling tale of greed and the powers of darkness in which tanned, laid-back Californians come under the influence of black magic.

About James P. Blaylock

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James P. Blaylock is one of the founding fathers of modern steampunk along with fellow writers and friends Tim Powers and K.W. Jeter. He has won the World Fantasy and Philip K. Dick Awards. Blaylock lives in Orange, CA with his wife - they have two sons.

Author Residence: Orange, California
Published July 30, 2012 by Jabberwocky Literary Agency. 381 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Walt must find a way to yield the bird to its rightful owner, lest he be damned himself, while Argyle must hope that his stratagem works--or find another means of salvation.

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It turns out that there exists a good luck charm that can save the soul of one, millionaire malefactor Robert Argyle, but when that charm is accidentally delivered to Walt Stebbins, Argyle's unsuccessful rival in the mail-order business, a chain of misadventures begins in which Walt, his wife, he...

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