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9781451620535

Summoning the Night : An Arcadia Bell Novel

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    9781451620535

  • ISBN10:

    1451620535

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-04-24
  • Publisher: Pocket Books
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The second in a not-to-be-missed urban fantasy series about a freewheeling magician who slings drinks at a demon-friendly tiki bar. Renegade magician and tiki bar owner Arcadia “Cady” Bell is rebuilding her life after narrowly escaping her fate as sacrificial scapegoat. When a fiendish bogeyman sends the community into a fear-fueled tailspin, the influential head of the local Hellfire Club asks for her help in tracking him down. Now that Cady is dating the club’s wayward son, she can hardly say no. Cady and Lon soon untangle a gruesome trail of clues that puts all the Earthbound children of the club members in dangerincluding Lon’s teenage son, Jupiter. If Cady can conjure up a little metaphysical help from her demonic bar patrons, she might just be able to figure out the true identity of the Sandpiper Park Snatcher and stop him before he takes another victim. “A great offbeat debut novel with a likeable heroine and a fun, original storyline.” New York Times bestselling author Karen Chance

Author Biography

Jenn Bennett was born in Germany to a Viking mother and a soldier from small-town Georgia. In addition to Europe, she’s lived in no less than eight U.S. states and has travelled extensively throughout Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan. As an award-winning visual artist, she graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting from Troy University. Her obsessions include mythology, early-twentieth century design, and food snobbery. Currently, she lives outside of Atlanta with her film-geek husband and two very bad pugs.

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