Black Magic by Russell James

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In this magic shop the magic is real. And the trick is on you.

Citrus Glade is a dying town that needs new businesses, but the one that just opened is doing much more harm than good. Stranger Lyle Miller’s magic shop seems to only stock what its select customers desire. When four outcast boys buy common party tricks, only Lyle knows what those tricks can really do. As subtle changes occur around town, a few residents realize that something is amiss…and getting worse. But it may already be too late. Lyle’s black magic has empowered more townspeople to help him execute his Grand Adventure, a plan that will reduce the town, and half the state, to rubble.

 

About Russell James

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Russell James was raised on Long Island, NY, and graduated from Cornell University. He flew Blackhawk helicopters with the U.S. Army's 101st Airborne Division for five years. He now works as a technical writer during the day and a novelist at night. He and his wife live just outside Orlando, Florida.
 
Published May 7, 2013 by Samhain Publishing, Ltd.. 280 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Lake Wobegon meets The Omen in this curiously charming horror novel. Mur-derous immortal sorcerer Lyle Miller randomly decides to destroy the sleepy Florida town of Citrus Glade from within. Playing o

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Lake Wobegon meets The Omen in this curiously charming horror novel. Mur-derous immortal sorcerer Lyle Miller randomly decides to destroy the sleepy Florida town of Citrus Glade from within. Playing o

Mar 04 2013 | Read Full Review of Black Magic

When Lyle Miller opens a new magic shop in the small Florida town of Citrus Glade, the mayor sees the possibility of revitalization, while the local reverend sees the hand of the Devil at work. For a quartet of boys calling themselves the Outcasts, the magic s

Apr 15 2013 | Read Full Review of Black Magic

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