Blackfire by Elizabeth Donald

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Sara Harvey just wanted to be left alone, listening to the voices of the sea and washing the blood from her hands. But duty calls her back, to a new team still learning to fight the things that go chomp in the night. They will give Sara one more mission, one way to quiet the voices, one chance at redemption. It should have been nothing, a minor problem on the dark cobblestone wharf in Memphis. But long-quiet voices return, and the evil Sara thought she defeated returns to claim still more of those she leads. The Cold Ones are rising again, and in their path, no one is safe. The dead know no peace - and they are coming for Sara Harvey.

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Published March 1, 2011 by Sam's Dot Publishing. 180 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Nashville Scene

Even before I knew her background, I noticed that when she writes about clothing, rather than focusing on how squished and prominent women's boobs look in corsets — if you read a lot of fantasy, you know what I'm talking about — she talks a lot about how it feels to move in a corset.

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