Tuesday, August 1, 2017
A great new read from Cedar Sanderson
My friend and fellow author, Cedar Sanderson (who also designs covers - I had her create the cover for my forthcoming fantasy novel) has just published another novella (i.e. a short novel - usually considered to be between 17,500 and 40,000 words). This one's titled 'Snow in her Eyes'.
I bought it and read it at once. Being a short read (and priced accordingly), it didn't take me too long. It's great! In this book, Cedar combines her love of modern fantasy with her education as a forensic chemistry assistant (I'm sure that job title is wrong, and she'll probably scold me for using it, but it's the best I can come up with at short notice). The result is startling - a police investigation involving a paranormal detective, with some very unusual twists to the plot. Highly recommended reading.
If you like modern fantasy (not necessarily just urban fantasy, which so many are writing these days - a lot of her work involves rural scenery, such as her Pixie For Hire trilogy, which begins in Alaska), then take a look at all Cedar's books. Miss D. and I are definitely her fans, as well as her friends.