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Susan K. Hamilton

Author and lifelong horse enthusiast. Author of "Shadow King"(Top Ten Finalist - 2016 Launchpad Manuscript Competition) and "The Devil You Don’t" (Top 25 Finalist - 2017 Launchpad Manuscript Competition).
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In a world where humans and faeries co-exist, the Fae Patriarch of Boston’s criminal underworld must choose between a role he never wanted, one that will change the Seelie Court forever, and the destruction of everything he loves.
An ambitious she-devil with a dark secret that could rock both Heaven and Hell starts an illicit love affair with a disgruntled angel. When a ruthless co-worker discovers her secrets, she’s forced to take drastic steps before all hell breaks loose.
Books Susan Recommends
The tone and cadence of the writing are great -- just enough snark to make me smile and want to keep reading. The other recommendations call out the "Nazi with a wedgie" comment but the author had me at the Mr. Mister reference.
A surreal horror story about an ancient faceless evil that enslaves souls, unleashes demonic forces and needs help figuring out why its emails aren’t being sent.
Just started reading the posted chapters of JDL Rosell's "In the Shadow of the Rook" and I'm definitely looking for more. Vivid descriptions, crisp writing... and a reanimated corpse. Definitely worth checking out.
Murdered and reanimated, Erik searches for the secret to resurrection, and uncovers a far greater truth of his shattered world.
Grechishkin's tale pulls you in right from the start, giving you a view into a totally different world. A very strong start and I look forward to more.
One eventful middle-class childhood behind the Iron Curtain in Soviet Leningrad.  A mix of a fun memoir and social history of the years preceding the collapse of the USSR. (The book is finished.)
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