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Giveaway + Cover Reveal: Ghost Light: Ivy Granger #2 (E.J. Stevens)

Have you read the The first book in the Ivy Granger series (Shadow Sight) by E.J. Stevens? If you have, I'm sure you loved it. Well, good news! The second book-- Ghost Light-- will be coming out soon and it now has a cover!

Ivy Granger, psychic detective, thought she'd seen it all...until now.

With a vengeful lamia that only she can see on the city streets, reports of specters walking Harborsmouth cemeteries, and an angry mob of faerie clients at her office door, it's bound to be a long night. Add in an offense against the faerie courts and a few foolish bargains and one thing is clear--Ivy Granger is in some seriously deep trouble.

Ivy Granger is back, gathering clues in the darkest shadows of downtown Harborsmouth. With the lives of multiple clients on the line, she's in a race against time. Ivy finally has a lead to the whereabouts of the one person who can help her control her wisp abilities, but will she put the needs of her clients above her own?

If Ivy doesn't find a solution soon, she could wind up a ghost herself.

GHOST LIGHT is the second novel in the bestselling Ivy Granger urban fantasy series by E.J. Stevens.

The author has also been gracious enough to offer a giveaway with this cover reveal.  The contest is open to US/Canada/UK only. To enter, fill out the rafflecopter form below.
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The Search for Delicious Natalie Babbitt
Product Details

Reading level: Young Adult
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Square Fish (August 21, 2007)
ISBN-10: 9780312369828
Source: My personal book

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