THE FIFTH BOOK IN THE HIT URBAN FANTASY SERIES - PERFECT FOR FANS OF CASSANDRA CLARE AND CHARLAINE HARRIS
The Grave Witch is about to find herself face-to-face with the walking dead . . .
Grave witch Alex Craft is no stranger to the dead talking. She raises shades, works with ghosts, and is dating Death himself. But the dead walking? That's not supposed to happen. And yet reanimated corpses are committing crimes across Nekros City.
Alex's investigation leads her deep into a web of sinister magic. When Briar Darque of the Magical Crimes Investigation Bureau gets involved, Alex finds herself with an unexpected ally of sorts. But as the dead continue to rise and wreak havoc on the living, can she get to the soul of the matter in time?
**BOOK SIX IN THE SERIES, GRAVE DESTINY, IS AVAILABLE 2nd APRIL!**
Praise for the Alex Craft series:
'A rare treat, intriguing and original. Don't miss this one' Patricia Briggs
'Fascinating magic, a delicious heartthrob and a fresh, inventive world' Chloe Neill
'A truly original and compelling urban fantasy series' RT Book Reviews
Dark urban fantasy fans will delight in Price's fifth Alex Craft, Grave Witch novel (after Grave Visions). Alex and her friend Rianna are the owner-operators of a specialized investigation agency in the fictional city of Nekros. Alex is having a bit of a hard time adjusting to the recent blossoming of her fae nature, which comes complete with her own castle in a pocket of faerie. Things are going well in her life and with both her current beau, Death, and her former lover, the fae Falin. Then she takes what is supposed to be a simple missing persons case that quickly takes a strange turn, with souls showing up in deceased bodies not their own. If necromancy is involved, Alex is going to have to pull out all the stops just to survive, and her various relationships may not weather the storm. The story is filled with fast-paced action and creepy, immersive worldbuilding, and the plot twists with surprising regularity. There's a slight lack of cohesion to the story that leaves more questions than answers, but strong characters more than make up for it.