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Publisher Description

"Series fans will be delighted to revisit Marr's colorful cast" --Publisher's Weekly on Cursed By Death. 

Return to the world of Graveminder, Goodreads Choice Winner for Best Horror Novel in this stand-alone Graveminder novel that Publisher's Weekly calls "equally quirky"

Amity Blue has begun to remember strange impossible events, her ex trying to bite her and people vanishing like mist.  After a stalker—a dead stalker—appears at the bar where she works, Amity discovers that the dead don't always stay dead in Claysville. 

Along with the current Graveminder, Rebekkah Barrow, Amity seeks out the enigmatic Mr D in the afterlife, only to discover that the centuries-old contract to protect Claysville has been broken.

Caught between life in a cursed town and Death himself, Amity and Rebekkah must find a way to put the dead where they belong—because if the Hungry Dead keep rising, everyone in town will be lost. 

What People Have Said about GRAVEMINDER:
"If anyone can put the goth in Southern Gothic, it's Melissa Marr." —NPR.org

"Melissa Marr has the rare talent of making deeply weird things seem perfectly normal, and making perfectly normal things seem deeply weird."-- io9

"It's a fast read, spooky enough to please but not too disturbing to read in bed." —Washington Post

"Dark and dreamy. . . . Rod Serling would have loved Graveminder. . . Marr is not tapping into the latest horde of zombie novels, she's created a new kind of undead creature. . . . A creatively creepy gothic tale for grown-ups."—USA Today

"Plan ahead to read this one, because you won't be able to put it down! Haunting, captivating, brilliant!" —Library Journal (starred review)

"Filled with ancient contracts, the walking dead, and fated love, this eerie tale draws you in and leaves you yearning for more."—IndieNext List, July 2011

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
October 22
Melissa Marr
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

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Cursed by death

Average writing / story line. But book ends in middle of story. Very deceiving - not even a decisive point. Without a warning that this is really just part of a story- a 2 rating is too positive.

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