What if a book delves into the lives of the very town you live in and reveals to you some personal stories of people you know? Or thought you knew.
Arcane Delights. Clifton Heights' premier rare and used bookstore. In it, new owner Kevin Ellison has inherited far more than a family legacy, for, inside are tales that will amaze, astound, thrill...and terrify. An ancient evil thirsty for lost souls. A very different kind of taxi service with destinations not on any known map. Three coins that grant the bearer's fondest wish. A father whose crippling grief gives birth to something dark and hungry.
Every town harbors secrets. Kevin Ellison is about to discover those that lurk in the shadows of Clifton Heights.
Praise for Through a Mirror, Darkly:
"Kevin Lucia writes my favorite kind of horror, the kind not enough folks are writing anymore." (Kealan Patrick Burke, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Turtle Boy and Kin)
"Through a Mirror, Darkly serves as Kevin Lucia's early-warning system to the horror field - Brace yourselves, folks." (Gary A. Braunbeck, Bram Stoker Award winner of To Each Their Darkness, Destinations Unknown, and A Cracked and Broken Path)
"Literate and stylish, yet fast-paced and accessible, Through a Mirror, Darkly is a thoroughly engrossing read. Kevin Lucia is a major new voice in the horror genre." (Jonathan Janz, author of Children of the Dark)
"Through a Mirror, Darkly earns Kevin Lucia a literary place alongside these enduring philosophical horror crafters." (Mort Castle, author of The Strangers)
"He is a skillful guide through Clifton Heights, telling tales of mystery and horror in a town where dark secrets and ancient evils lurk to prey upon those who read Through a Mirror, Darkly." (Rena Mason, Bram Stoker Award winner of The Evolutionist)
"With Through a Mirror, Darkly, Kevin Lucia proves once again that it's only a matter of time before he's one of the genre's biggest names." (James Newman, author of The Wicked and Animosity)