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Nights of Sin by Matthew Cook

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Nights of Sin

Nominated for the 2009 Gaylactic Spectrum Award

"...a fantastic fantasy series."
--Alternative Worlds

"[Matthew Cook's work] simply demands to be read."

ISBN: 978-0-8095-7282-3
Mass Market Paperback
376 Pages $6.99
September 2008

KIRIN: A necromancer who has vowed to never again use her blood magic, strange powers that can be used only at great cost.

LIA: A young noblewoman of gentle spirit and great power, an aeromancer who can call lightning from the heavens

They have shared life, death, and love. Together, they have survived the deadly Mor and made their way to the besieged Imperial City.

The Imperial Court, content to trust the massive wall of the Armitage to protect them, seems unaware of the City's peril, but Kirin and Lia know the danger all too well.

But even as the monstrous Mor seek to bring down the barricade of the Armitage with a force never before imagined, a wall of mistrust grows between Kirin and Lia. When a necromancer suggests blood magic might be used to prevail against the Mor, Kirin may find it impossible to keep her pledge to Lia.

Nights of Sin is the sequel to Blood Magic!

About the author

Matthew Cook is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. As many Fine Arts graduates do, he took a normal, respectable job, one good for paying the bills but terrible at nourishing the soul. He spent several years trying to keep his illustration, digital graphics and photography skills sharp, even resorting to wedding photography when things were truly dire. More than ten years later, he was still no closer to making anything resembling a living in the visual arts, so he turned to his other great love: literature. His first novel, Blood Magic, was published by Juno Books in September of 2007. Matt lives and works in Columbus, Ohio, where he shares his home with a son, a daughter, a wiener-dog and a talking African Gray parrot.

Find out more about Matt on his blog and in these interviews:

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