For Whom The Spell Tolls

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
A war between The Resistance and the Netherworld,
A vampire who isn't all that he appears,
And the ultimate price that must be paid. More

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Words: 75,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301730537
About HP Mallory

I started my writing career as a self-published author and was lucky enough to hit both the Amazon and the Barnes and Noble bestseller’s lists with my two series, the Jolie Wilkins series and the Dulcie O’Neil series.

After hitting both lists, I thought life couldn’t really get much better so you can imagine my surprise when Random House (Bantam imprint) signed me to write three books in the Jolie Wilkins series (Witchful Thinking, The Witch is Back and Something Witchy This Way Comes). Now I love the fact that I’m both a traditionally published author as well as a self-published one (with my Dulcie O’Neil series).

And even more cool news? The books in both series are currently being made into audio books! Stay tuned for more information…

When people ask me what I’m like, it’s sort of hard to answer but here goes… I’m a huge fan of anything paranormal and I always have been. I get super excited whenever they have those Twilight Zone Marathon days and anything ghost or vampire related will always attract my attention.

My interests are varied but aside from writing, I’m most excited about traveling. Uncovering new places and learning about different cultures is pretty incredible. I feel extremely fortunate to have been able to live abroad in England and Scotland, both places really having a profound effect on my books.

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Review by: Susan Cambra on Feb. 18, 2013 :
Really enjoyed the book. Too bad the series ended!
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

Review by: Patricia Balderston on Feb. 04, 2013 :
Great end to the series, both in plot execution and caliber of writing. Finally opening up Bram's motivations to the reader was an excellent way to tie all the previous novels into the finale. At the risk of including spoilers, the "glamour" scene and the "death" scene were two of the most emotionally intense reading experiences I have had in an urban fantasy lately.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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