Caught Forever Between by Adrian Phoenix

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Deep in the bayou, justice comes in many forms.

When Cass finds her partner lying on the floor of their New Orleans tattoo shop in a pool of blood, the world as she knows it ends. Alex, her ink-slinging Michelangelo, lies in the hospital comatose, perhaps permanently. Lacking faith in the police and their ability to find whoever shot Alex, Cass puts the word out that she's seeking justice, justice she will willingly pay for.

When a Voodoo mambo offers the services of her mysterious godson, Cass finds herself stepping into a dark, deadly world, one that she may not walk out of again intact.

This is a short story set in the world of my Hoodoo novels, Black Dust Mambo and Black Heat Loa, and features Gabrielle LaRue and Devlin Daniels from those books. It is not necessary to read the novels in order to enjoy the story.

"Phoenix is a beautiful storyteller--her prose flows likes poetry."
--Explorations: the BN SciFi and Fantasy Blog
 

About Adrian Phoenix

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Adrian Phoenix lives in Oregon with three cats and travels to New Orleans whenever possible. J.F. Lewis lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and is older than is necessary. He decided that he wanted to be a writer when a supposed creative writing teacher questioned his sanity and suggested therapy. The author spent eight wonderful years working in a comic and game shop, until financial considerations required him to become a corporate schmoe. He abides with his patient wife, two adorable sons, and an ornery Akita. Jeri Smith-Ready holds a master’s degree in environmental policy and lives in Maryland with her husband, two cats, and a retired racing greyhound. She and her husband foster shelter dogs with Tails of Hope Sanctuary. Her first novel, Requiem for the Devil, was a semi-finalist in the Warner Aspect First Novel Contest and won first place in the National Writers Association Novel Contest.
 
Published January 21, 2012 by Dreaming Nomad Books. 40 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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