This book takes place in the late 1800s and holds elements of paranormal, mystery, romance, drama, and humor. Seriously, this
This book is listed as a “Gaslamp fantasy”, but I’d probably describe it as more of a gothic paranormal historical.
“See, the problem in this world ain’t sinners, or even the dead. It is men who will step on
To celebrate the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, how about flipping open the first issue of Mary Shelly Presents? Mary