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Through Violet Eyes
In a world where the dead can testify against the
living, someone is getting away with murder. Because to every generation
are born a select few souls with violet-colored eyes, and the ability to
channel the dead. Both rare and precious—and rigidly controlled by a
society that craves their services—these Violets perform a number of
different duties. The most fortunate increase the world's cultural
heritage by channeling the still-creative spirits of famous dead artists
and musicians. The least fortunate aid the police and the law courts,
catching criminals by interviewing the deceased victims of violent crime.
But now the Violets themselves have become the target of a brutal serial
murderer—a murderer who had learned how to mask his or her identity even
from the victims. Can the FBI, aided by a Violet so scared of death that
she is afraid to live, uncover the criminal in time? Or must more of her
race be dispatched to the realm that has haunted them all since childhood?
With Red Hands
Natalie Lindstrom was once one of an elite group of
investigators with the power to interview the dead victims of violent
crime. But now Natalie has had enough. Enough of the violence. Enough of
the darkness that has already gotten too close to her five-year-old
daughter. Yet as she tries to build a new life and protect her child from
the world she has left, Natalie still knows injustice when she sees it.
And she knows that in a high-profile California trial, a young man is
getting away with murder.
The case against Prescott Hyland Jr. is airtight–until a corrupt Violet
delivers devastating testimony against another man. Now Natalie is being
drawn back into her former career and a danger far worse than she can
imagine. For while one killer is being tried in a courtroom, another has
gone horribly free: to unleash a storm of vengeance–aimed straight for the
heart of Natalie’s new life. Because, in the world of the Violets,
sometimes your past can literally come back to haunt you. . . .
In Golden Blood
Natalie Lindstrom has a gift: the power to speak to
the dead, to solve crimes by interviewing murder victims. But now Natalie
wants to escape. Escape from the voices that fill her head. Escape from
the organization that has used her as a crime-solving tool…and now wants
to recruit her daughter. So Natalie takes a job as far from crime and
punishment as she can get: with an archaeologist in the mountains of Peru.
Her job: to find a trove of priceless artifacts–by channeling those who
lived and died at an ancient Incan site.
But in the towering Andes, Natalie enters a 500-year-old storm of
betrayal, murder, greed, and rage–and she cannot silence the voices of the
dead. The slaughtered reach out to her. The slaughterers boast of their
crimes. Alone, cut off from her family, Natalie faces a chilling
realization: every truth she uncovers is leading her one step closer to a
terror beyond imagining.
From Black Rooms
Natalie Lindstrom has finally left the underworld
behind for a new career in the art world. But there’s one world she can’t
escape: the Other world of the dead. As a former Violet, an elite
crime-fighter with the power to channel murder victims, Natalie is now
using her paranormal gift to summon the spirits of legendary painters. But
she’s about to discover how far some people will go to keep their hold on
her–and others like her…. Evan Markham, her ex-lover-turned-Violet-Killer,
has escaped from prison. And he’s been made an offer he can’t refuse:
Natalie. But first he must help contact a deceased geneticist whose most
intriguing experiment was brutally interrupted: an attempt to manufacture
To protect her young daughter and herself, Natalie must search for the
scientist’s only living test subject–a handsome but tortured artist to
whom she is dangerously attracted.
For he is caught in the grip of two opposing forces, one that wants his
survival, another that wants him–and anyone connected with him–destroyed….
Fear the Fever: The Hot Blood Series
(1996), Jeff Gelb and Michael Garrett, eds.
An erotic horror anthology includes the works of
such popular writers as Alan Brennert, Bruce Jones, Edward Lee, Graham
Masterton, J. N. Williamson, Lucy Taylor, P. D. Cacek, Stephen Woodworth
(see "Purple Hearts and Other Wounds"), and others.
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