As a member of the Order of the Round Table, Kendall Lake is overqualified to be investigating strange phenomena at a seaside photography studio. But since the photographer is related to the Order’s most powerful sorcerer, Kendall reluctantly boards a dirigible to Brighton.
Amy Deland is haunted by a shadow that appears in some of her recent portraits. In each case, the subject died within days of the sitting. Does she have her grandmother’s gift of foresight, or has she somehow caused the deaths?
As Kendall and Amy search for answers, their investigation draws them together in a most improper way—but it seems the evil presence in the studio is determined to keep them apart…
And I thought the first book I read by Cindy Spencer Pape was awesome. This was even better! If you haven’t read my review of Steam & Sorcery, make sure you stop over and check it out after reading this one.
Once again, Cindy has created a world so rich and alive that I could almost hear the whir of the motors from the various gadgets. I really liked these characters a lot.
I really wished that this story was much longer though. However, I really think that she did a great job with the story in the short amount that she had considering this is a novella.
I really can’t wait to read more in this world. The Order of the Round Table has taken on a life of its own and I want to explore more.
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