Chasing the Trickster

Chasing the Trickster

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One Man, Two Women, Two Gods...who will survive the Trickster's snare? Ghostly images materialize in Nina Weaver's photos. Goons try to kidnap her. When her photographs are stolen and her best friend is shot, she realizes that she has no one to turn to but her ex-lover, Pascal "Goofy" Guzman. Together they go on a desperate road trip in search of answers. The truth is darker and more terrifying than Nina could ever have imagined. After their love re-ignites, they fall into the Trickster God's trap.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 23.37mm | 476.27g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507844778
  • 9781507844779

About MS April Grey

April Grey writes urban fantasy novels such as Chasing the Trickster and St. Nick's Favor. Fingering Perdita is her most recent novel soon to be published by Damnation Books. Her short stories have been published in such print anthologies as Demonmind's Halloween 2010, The Best of Everyday Fiction 2, Northern Haunts, Ephemera, Love Hurts and Terrible Beauty, Fearful Symmetry. Her work also can be found in many of Rayne Hall's Ten Tales anthologies. Her collected short stories can be found in The Fairy Cake Bake Shoppe and I'll Love You Forever. She is the editor of the anthology Hell's Garden: Bad, Mad and Ghostly Gardeners. She and her family live in Hell's Kitchen, NYC in a building next to a bedeviled garden. Gremlins, sprites or pixies, something mischievous, lurks therein. Someday she'll find out.show more

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16 ratings
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4 25% (4)
3 12% (2)
2 6% (1)
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