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THE NIGHTSHADE CABAL

All Isaac Barrow wants is to be left alone to pursue his supernatural research and tinker with his inventions. But when you’re the only technomancer openly practicing the craft in 1880s Halifax, trouble has a way of finding you. When a routine mechanical service call reveals the grisly handiwork of the Nightshade Cabal – an underground cult of necromancers – Barrow finds himself in a race against time to put a stop to the Cabal’s depredations before they can kill anyone else and turn them into… office machinery?
Then there’s the mystery of Emily Skye, a missing teenager with strange abilities of her own. Believing her disappearance to be connected to the Nightshade Cabal, Barrow agrees to help track down the missing girl. But even if he can find her, will Miss Skye aid him in his struggle against the Cabal? Or might she turn out to be the deadliest threat of all?

READ THE FIRST TWO CHAPTERS

Short Fiction:

A Murder at Carleton House

in Enigma Front: Burnt (Analemma Books, August 2016)

The Wolfville Horror

in Enigma Front: The Monster Within (Analemma Books, August 2017)

The Rankin File

in 49th Parallels: Alternative Canadian Histories and Futures (Bundoran Press, October 2017)

Let Nothing Ye Dismay

in Enigma Front: ONWARD (ExitZero Books, August 2018)

Circle of Steel

in Baby, It’s Cold Outside: Dark Tales of Christmas Crime, Holiday Horror, and Yuletide Woe (Coffin Hop Press, 2018)

Things Better Left Buried

in Alchemy & Artifacts: Tesseracts 22 (EDGE Science Fiction and Fantasy, 2019)

Through Darkness Unbound

in The Stories We Hide: Enigma Front 5 (ExitZero Books, 2019)

Quickly, Something Familiar

in Prairie Gothic (Prairie Soul Press, 2020)

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