Author(s): Charlaine Harris
She calls herself Calexa Rose Dunhill--names taken from the grim surroundings where she awoke, bruised and bloody, with no memory of who she is, how she got there, or who left her for dead. She has made the cemetery her home, living in a crypt and avoiding human contact. But Calexa can't hide from the dead--and because she can see spirits, they can't hide from her. Then one night, Calexa spies a group of teenagers vandalizing a grave--and watches in horror as they commit murder. As the victim's spirit rises from her body, it flows into Calexa, overwhelming her mind with visions and memories not her own. Now Calexa must make a decision: continue to hide to protect herself--or come forward to bring justice to the sad spirit who has reached out to her for help.
#1 "New York Times" bestselling author Charlaine Harris has been publishing novels in both the mystery and fantasy genres for more than thirty years. HBO s hit series "True Blood" is based on her Sookie Stackhouse novels. The success of both her novels and "True Blood "has made her one of the most in-demand speakers at conventions like Comic-Con International, where she was a featured guest in 2010. Charlaine has lived in the South her entire life. Christopher Golden is the "New York Times "bestselling author of the Peter Octavian novels, "The Myth Hunters," and the Body of Evidence series of teen thrillers. He has also cowritten two illustrated novels with Mike Mignola, including "Baltimore, or, The Steadfast Tin Soldie"r "and the" "Vampire," which was the launching pad for the Eisner Award nominated comic book series "Baltimore." Golden was born and raised in Massachusetts, where he still lives with his family. Don Kramer has provided the art and covers for numerous projects at Marvel and DC Comics, including monthly comic books "JSA "and "Detective Comics "featuring Batman. He also illustrated the "New York Times" bestselling graphic novel "Wonder Woman: Odyssey." He lives in Illinois with his two children, Logan and Sienna."