Every House Is Haunted

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

A fantastic collection of short horror stories. Rogers has an immensely original and unpredictable imagination. Stories like “Aces” and “Inheritor” are absolutely captivating. I can’t wait to see what he writes next!

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The Missing Pages Are Here!

If you have one of the few copies of Dying Is My Business with the misprint I described here, you can now read or download the missing pages as a PDF: Pages 309 – 341

The rest of you can consider this a free, completely contextless, spoiler-heavy excerpt from the book’s climax!

Tor.com Review of DYING IS MY BUSINESS

There’s a great new review of Dying Is My Business over at Tor.com! It’s got a lot of good candidates for pull-quotes, but this one is probably my favorite:

Dying Is My Business is a solid entry in Nicholas Kaufmann’s new urban fantasy detective series. Wherever he takes the next books, I’ll be there, front and center.

It’s a good review, but I feel a little weird about one part of it. The reviewer makes certain assumptions about the characters that aren’t supported by the text, and those assumptions happen to be about issues that are important to me. But I’m probably just being a grump unnecessarily, which has been known to happen. The review is pretty great, and Tor.com is read by hundreds of thousands of science fiction and fantasy fans, which is also pretty great.

Ghost Stories at the Brooklyn Winery

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Come join me and Leanna Renee Hieber, author of The Twisted Tragedy of Miss Natalie Stewart, one week from tonight, on October 29, at the Brooklyn Winery! We’ll be reading ghost stories in honor of Halloween. There’s a good chance we’ll be drinking wine, too!

I’m hoping to have copies of Dying Is My Business available for sale there, but if you bring your own copies I’ll be happy to sign them, too!

 

 

 

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