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Category Archives: Pōneke Shadows
It’s release day for Double Exposure! I’m extra excited about this release as it’s my first new new release in amongst a sea of 2nd editions/backlist over the past couple of years. I’ve loved revisiting The Sleepless City world I … Continue reading
From Double Exposure: “Both of you stay in the car. There’s someone in the house.” “You’re not—” Simon had sprinted up the steps before Ben finished protesting. The front door was unlocked. Someone sat on Frank’s favourite chair, nursing a … Continue reading
From Double Exposure: “You guys are always very quick to blame vampires,” Ben pointed out. “There’s good reason for that,” Garrick retorted. “At least we don’t need blood to survive.” “Animal blood,” Ben said. “So you guys are all vegetarians, … Continue reading
From Double Exposure: Simon opened the wooden gate, and looked up at the church spire. “This building has been here a while. The design is quite old.” He gave the woman tending the garden a polite nod. She glanced at … Continue reading
From Double Exposure: “Rupert has a habit of going to ground as soon as there’s any hint of trouble. It’s how he’s survived so long.” Simon frowned. “The fact he’s not here doesn’t bode well for the seriousness of this … Continue reading
The man who hadn’t spoken chuckled. “You’re hardly more than a kid. Stay where you are and we won’t hurt you.” Ben winced. The idiot was going to regret that. Worse than underestimating Simon, he’d already added to how pissed … Continue reading
From Double Exposure: “The council is sending someone and want us to wait for him.” Simon leaned over Ben’s shoulder. “Although they claimed they didn’t have anyone who handles these things in Wellington, apparently they do.” “Then why ask us?” … Continue reading