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Lyda Morehouse leads a double life. By day she's a mild-mannered science fiction novelist known for her award-winning cyberpunk novels in the AngeLINK series. At night, she dons a leather cat suit and prowls the streets as vampire romance writer Tate Hallaway. Tate's books include the Garnet Lacey series and the young adult Vampire Princess of St. Paul series. Lyda lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota, with her partner of nearly twenty-six years, their son Mason, and a menagerie of cats, fish and gerbils. Tate's whereabouts are currently unknown.
Tales of the Unanticipated #29
Original speculative fiction and poetry.
Kindling == Patricia S. Bowne
Dead Man Come A-Calling == Mark Rich
The VanBulyen Effect == Lyda Morehouse
The Diner == Eleanor Arnason
Desiree == Stephen Dedman
Anxiety Wave == Martha A. Hood
Der Erlkonig == S.N.Arly
Fort == Stephen Couch
A Heart is the Size of a Clenched Fist == Michael A. Pignatella
Verbal Knowledge == Katherine Woodbury
On the Wind That Blows Hard From Below == Gerard Houarner
When Shlemiel Went to the Stars == Naomi Kritzer
The Jaculi == Patricia Russo
Come Frost, Sun, and Vine == Tony Pi
The Mead Cup == Hank Quense
Heartsblood == Sue Isle
After the arrival of the strange horses == Kristine Ong Muslim
Tourist == Terry A. Garey
To Not Look Back == Ann K. Schwader
Tentacle 1 == Camilla DeCarnin
The A.I.'s Table Prayer == Sandra Lindow
Tentacle 2 == Camilla DeCarnin
FUN With Innards! == F.J. Bergmann
Isotope Ballerina == Cornelius Fortune
Tentacle 3 == Camilla DeCarnin
In the Capuchin Crypt Coffeeshop == James P. Roberts
The box arrived early afternoon == Terry Leigh Relf
Recovering witch Garnet Lacey manages Wisconsin's premier occult bookstore. And customers like Sebastian are a fringe benefit - piercing brown eyes, a sexy accent, and a killer body. The only thing missing is an aura. Which mean's he's dead. And that means trouble - something Garnet's a sucker for.
Novel, 295 pages, Mass Market Paperback, Reprint of 2006 Trade PB
Alex Conner is thrilled to have landed a well-paid job as coroner/medical examiner in Hughes County, South Dakota. But when her first autopsy ends with the corpse walking off, she is referred to the mysterious Precinct 13. Alex has always seen things no one else believed in - suddenly she has colleagues who specialize in paranormal crimes. Not only do they believe her, they're certain Alex has magical abilities too. It's up to Alex to help the team to find that missing body - which belongs to a necromancer who was up to no good - while she tries to figure out how her magic works.
Recommended by Elizabeth: Part fantasy, part forensic police procedural, with a lively sense of humor.
Novel, 308 pages, Trade Paperback, 1st Edition
Berkley - 2012 - ISBN: 0425247791 / 9780425247792
Book Condition: New.
Morehouse, Lyda (aka Hallaway, Tate)
AngeLINK #3: Messiah Node
Signed by the author on the title page. When the meteorite falls from the sky, the destruction left in its wake lights a political fuse that could bring on Armageddon. Just when the world could use a savior, the prophet Elijah appears. His search for a messiah leads him to the daughter of the archangel Michael. Meanwhile, other messiah hopefuls spring up around the world - including Page, an AI already tangled in webs of religion and deception. Yet as false shepherds lead the lambs to their doom, it may be up to Page's creator, the criminal mastermind known as Mouse, to save them all.
Novel, 342 pages, Mass Market Paperback, 1st Edition
Roc - 2003 - ISBN: 0451459296 / 9780451459299
Book Condition: New; slight browning.
Morehouse, Lyda (aka Hallaway, Tate)
AngeLINK Prequel: Resurrection Code
Signed by the author on the title page. After the Aswan dams collapse, a massive flood reclaims the Nile valley. The privileged and the sane have long since abandoned Egypt to the scavengers and the dregs of society. Christian El-Aref is a street rat, living hand-to-mouth. His life is going nowhere fast. Then he stumbles over a dead body carrying revolutionary shareware tech. Now he's being hunted. And if he's not careful, the next dead body may be his own.