Red Slaves: Dust to Blood

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It's a simple formula: Magical power equals political power…

Sparks are flying between researcher Anne Crosby and no less than nine men--but it's not what you think. Whenever these nine amnesiacs touch anyone, electrical mayhem results. More surprising: all of them have dust instead of blood in their veins, even though they're quite alive.

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About Tonya Cannariato

A voracious reader since she was a toddler, and an ordained spiritualist, Tonya Cannariato has now presided over the marriage of her love of reading and her love of writing. She’s lived a nomadic life, following first her parents in their Foreign Service career through Africa, Europe, and Asia, and then her own nose criss-crossing America as she’s gotten old enough to make those choices for herself. She’s currently based in the Washington, DC area with her four loves: her husband and three Siberian Huskies. She suspects her Huskies of mystical alchemy with their joyous liberation of her muse and other magical beings for her inspiration. She loves to sleep, to watch her interesting dreams, some of which are now finding new life in written form.

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Reviews of Red Slaves: Dust to Blood by Tonya Cannariato

Kimberly Gould reviewed on May 14, 2012

This was a wonderful mix of magic and history/religion. It reminded me of Prodigal's Foole by R.B. Wood in that respect. I felt the beginning dragged a little, and at time I was racing to catch up when the magic is rather suddenly dropped on us. Despite that, it was a good story with interesting characters. I didn't really like the ending, but appreciate that this is expected to be the first in a series.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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