So, Hellsinger. Amazon! On Sale! Duck Duck Ghost is now on sale at Amazon US for $1.99 so you can get both books for less than Nine Dollars!
For our international friends who may not have this Amazon sale, the Dreamspinner store is price matching the $1.99 for Duck Duck Ghost.
I’ve wanted new covers for this series for a while now and after a long discussion with Anne Cain (Poor thing for having to deal with me), the Hellsinger series has new covers! We’d planned to do a whole relaunch of the series in October and all of the bells and whistles only to discover Duck Duck Ghost was tapped by Amazon to go on sale. Starting today and lasting throughout August.
Which is a fantastic thing! But man, I didn’t want the books to go on sale with the old covers and the lovely folks at Dreamspinner Press scrambled to get the ebooks updated in time for when the sale hit this morning. I am so so grateful for that because you know, book’s on sale! It should be all spiffy and new!
SO…we’ll be rolling out the new covers over the next couple of weeks. Amazon’s ebooks are first so they’d be in time for the sale and the others will follow, including the paperbacks! I’m also very excited to have seen the cover for Book 3, Send in the Ghosts, and I’ve got a plot. So, lots of Hellsinger news.
Thank you all for your patience and for your love of Tristan and Wolf. They will be back! Oh…and Cin. And that Harker guy.
When his Uncle Mortimer died and left him Hoxne Grange, the family’s Gilded Age mansion, Tristan Pryce became the second generation of Pryces to serve as a caretaker for the estate, a way station for spirits on their final steps to the afterlife. Tristan is prepared for challenges, though not necessarily from the ghosts he’s seen since childhood. Determined to establish Tristan’s insanity and gain access to his trust fund, his loving relatives hire Dr. Wolf Kincaid and his paranormal researchers, Hellsinger Investigations, to prove the Grange is not haunted.
Skeptic Wolf Kincaid has made it his life’s work to debunk the supernatural. After years of cons and fakes, he can’t wait to reveal the Grange’s ghostly activity is just badly leveled floorboards and a drafty old house. More than a few surprises await him at the Grange, including its prickly, reclusive owner. Tristan Pryce is much less insane and much more attractive than Wolf wants to admit, and when his team releases a ghostly serial killer on the Grange, Wolf is torn between his skepticism and protecting the man he’s been sent to discredit.
Paranormal investigator Wolf Kincaid knows what his foot tastes like.
Mostly because he stuck it firmly in his mouth when his lover, Tristan Pryce, accidentally drugged him with a batch of psychotropic baklava. Needing to patch things up between them, Wolf drags Tristan to San Luis Obispo, hoping Tristan’s medium ability can help evict a troublesome spirit haunting an old farmhouse.
With Wolf’s sister handling Hoxne Grange’s spectral visitors, Tristan finds himself in the unique position of being able to leave home for the first time in forever, but Wolf’s roughshod treatment is the least of his worries. Tristan’s ad-hoc portal for passing spirits seems to be getting fewer and fewer guests, and despite his concern he’s broken his home, Tristan agrees to help Wolf’s cousin, Sey, kick her poltergeist to the proverbial curb.
San Luis Obispo brings its own bushel of troubles. Tristan’s ghost whispering skill is challenged not only by a terrorizing haunting but also by Wolf’s skeptical older cousin, Cin. Bookended by a pair of aggressive Kincaids, Tristan soon finds himself in a spectral battle that threatens not only his sanity but also his relationship with Wolf, the first man he’s ever loved.