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Cemetery Girl

By (author) Charlaine Harris , By (author) Christopher Golden , Illustrated by Don Kramer

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Calexa Rose Dunhill was just fourteen when she woke in a cemetery. Bruised, bloody and left for dead, with no memory of her previous life, she took a new name from the headstones that surrounded her. Now, three years on, Calexa still lives in Dunhill Cemetery, struggling with the desire to know her true identity - and the all-consuming fear of what she might discover when she does. Then, when she witnesses a gang of teenagers staging a stunt that goes horribly, fatally wrong, Calexa Rose Dunhill discovers she has a unique ability. One she cannot control...

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  • Hardback | 120 pages
  • 168 x 259 x 12mm | 474g
  • 02 Jan 2014
  • Quercus Publishing
  • Jo Fletcher Books
  • London
  • Graphic Novel
  • 0857389084
  • 9780857389084
  • 722,644

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Charlaine Harris writes the No. 1 Sunday Times and internationally bestselling paranormal fantasy series featuring Sookie Stackhouse (the basis for the HBO series True Blood), among others. She lives in Texas. Christopher Golden co-wrote (with Mike Mignola) Baltimore, or, The Steadfast Tin Soldier and the Vampire and its subsequent comic book series. Other graphic work includes Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel and Doctor Fate. He has also written several novels for both adults and children. He lives in America. Don Kramer has worked on various DC titles, including a stint on JSA with Geoff Johns and a number of issues with James Robinson and Paul Dini on Batman and Detective Comics. Don was born in Seoul, South Korea, but he was raised in Illinois, USA, where he still lives.

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'The story was spiffing ... The illustrations were cracking ... and now think I may delve in to a few more graphic novels' Book Geek Says. 'This is an enjoyable and eye catching book, which will convert any reader who has yet to understand the fascination with graphic novels' Compelling Reads.

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