Showing 1–5 of 5 books

  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Award year: 2019
  • City of Ghosts

    Ever since she drowned, Cassidy has been able to see ghosts. When Cassidy and her paranormal-hunting parents take a trip to haunted Edinburgh, Scotland, she encounters a ghost who could put her life in danger.
  • The Dark Beneath the Ice

    Something is wrong with Marianne. It's not just that her parents have split up, or that life hasn't been the same since she quit dancing. Or even that her mother has checked herself into the hospital. She's losing time. Doing things she would never do. And objects around her seem to break whenever she comes close. Something is after her. But a first attempt at an exorcism calls down the full force of the thing's rage. It demands Marianne give back what she stole. And Marianne must uncover the truth that lies beneath it all before the nightmare can take what it think it's owed, leaving Marianne trapped in the darkness of the other side.
  • Dread Nation

    In post-Civil War America where the dead have refused to stay buried, Jane has spent her entire life training in a special combat school for African American children, preparing to save the lives of the wealthy. When entire families go missing, she learns her combat skills are incredibly useful- against both the dead and the living.
  • My Plain Jane

    In this snarky Jane Eyre retelling, Jane, who can see and communicate with ghosts, chooses a bland governess position at Thornfield Hall over a lucrative job with the Society for the Relocation of Wayward Ghosts. Fiona Hardingham's skillful narration brings the wide cast of characters to life and perfectly captures the tale's unique tone.
  • My Plain Jane

    Jane Eyre sees ghosts which attracts the attention and a job offer from a supernatural investigator. However, Jane accepts a governess position with the mysterious Mr. Rochester which leads her best friend and aspiring author, Charlotte Bronte, to join in a mission to solve a mystery and save Jane.