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Publisher's Summary

Brighton, 1855. 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.
©2011 Cindy Spencer Pape (P)2011 Audible, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Donna on 11-10-13

Too bad it's so short... very enjoyable

I enjoyed the story even though it was such a short listen. Kendall and Amy were a love at first sight. The author always gives wonderful details and although these are steampunk and not 100% historically correct, they are as true to the times as they can be and still stay true to this type of book.
The narrator was very good as well.. Nice pleasant voice and deeper than normal for male parts of the book. I think she did well with the story.
These can be read out of order but you'll feel so much more in tune if you start with Steam & Sorcery. ENJOY!!

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2 out of 5 stars
By April Harper on 05-18-18

horrible narration

The narration is awful. The accents are on and then off, narration sometimes occurs in a narrator's voice and sometimes the characters voices and periodically a voice that doesn't seem to be related at all.

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