The Unquiet Grave

The Unquiet Grave

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When Caitlin Ross books her band at the new pub in town, the rest of the group is thrilled. She regrets it the second she sets foot inside. An expensive remodel can't hide the owner's rudeness or the vile atmosphere. When no one else notices, she wonders if she's crazy-until a ghost's appearance at the end of the second set forces her to confront a secret she's been keeping for years. Caitlin's a Witch, with the power to perceive things others can't. An unbearable choice drove her to trade magic for a mundane life, and she wants nothing to do with the unseen world. As she struggles to maintain a normal life, Caitlin discovers the ghost isn't the only problem at the pub. The site is the center of local legends and mysterious disappearances. Investigating further, Caitlin uncovers secrets, lies, and a web of dark magic set to strangle the town she's learned to call home. She can prevent chaos from ripping friends and families apart only if she chooses magic over her own safety and makes a bargain she's been running from for years. The power is hers to claim. The price: an unthinkable sacrifice. "Finally! An Urban Fantasy that gets magic right!"show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 368 pages
  • 127 x 203 x 19mm | 363g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 151468375X
  • 9781514683750

About Katherine Lampe

In addition to being an Iconoclast and unrepentant Geek, Katherine Lampe is a sometime musician, DJ, and author of the Paranormal Caitlin Ross series, which details the adventures of a witch in rural Colorado and beyond. She studied at the University of Michigan with Ken Mikolowski, and at Naropa University with Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs. Her fiction has won the Detroit News Gold Key for short story and the Boulder Daily camera award for horror, and she is a book reviewer for Witches and Pagans magazine. The daughter of an English teacher and a self-professed heretic masquerading as a Presbyterian minister, she is interested in the individual's relationship with the divine. Her work explores the interaction of the supernatural and the mundane in the lives of real people. Katherine loves Celtic music and Delta Blues, Indian food, and single malt whisky, and she's a fantastic cook.show more

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33 ratings
4.57 out of 5 stars
5 70% (23)
4 21% (7)
3 6% (2)
2 3% (1)
1 0% (0)
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