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There's nothing like home renovation for finding skeletons in the closet or otherworldly portals in the attic. Now here's the perfect treat for any homeowner who's ever wondered, 'What's that creaking sound?' (just before the ceiling comes crashing down!). Editors Charlaine Harris and Toni L. P. Kelner return with an all-new collection, this time on the paranormal perils of Do-It-Yourself. As well as a brand-new Sookie Stackhouse story by the Number 1 Sunday Times bestselling author Charlaine Harris, there are 13 more cautionary tales of home renovation by bestselling authors Patricia Briggs, James Grady, Heather Graham, Melissa Marr, amongst others. This is an outstanding line-up of frightening and funny fixer-upper tales guaranteed to shake foundations and rattle readers' pipes. This is the fourth anthology following on from Wolfsbane and Mistletoe, Many Bloody Returns and Death's Excellent Vacation.

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  • Paperback | 342 pages
  • 152 x 232 x 28mm | 439.98g
  • 01 Mar 2012
  • Quercus Publishing
  • Jo Fletcher Books
  • London
  • English
  • UK Airports and undead edition
  • 1780872534
  • 9781780872537
  • 484,615

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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), amongst others. She lives in Texas. Toni L.P. Kelner is the Agatha Award-winning author of the 'Where are they now?' and 'Laura Fleming' mystery series. She was awarded a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award and has coedited four very successful fantasy/mystery anthologies with Charlaine Harris. She lives in Massachusetts with her husband, fellow author Stephen P. Kelner, Jr. and their two daughters.

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'Fourteen authors hit the nail on the head with these truly DIY nightmares. With literal skeletons in the closet or portals in the attic, the stories range from the chilling to the offbeat' Romantic Times. 'an endearingly frothy piece' Rue Morgue. 'A fun and feisty journey through the fantastical and sometimes freaky imaginations of fourteen fabulous authors, many of whom I have never read but will certainly be looking out for from here on in' Beauty and Lace. 'Perfect for teens of all ages' Guardian.

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