Meet her in the Acts of Wars sneak peek (©2017 Roslyn Hardy Holcomb and Lisa G. Riley) below. You’re going to love her!
“What was it you came over to tell me?” Perish made her way back over to the table and looked at her late grandmother’s friends, Father Mike Clements and Cash Hayes, in turn. “And please, just tell me. I’d like to know before one or both of you gets murdered.”
Again, they both burst into laughter, but Perish didn’t smile as she sat across from them.
“All right, lass. You win, though you could let a couple of old men enjoy the warmth of your hearth and the pleasure of your company for a little bit,” said Father Clements.
Perish squashed the guilt that flared. “Are you going to tell me?”
“How much do you know about your parents?”
Perish frowned. “Only what Grandmother said in…
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At long last, Acts of Wars, the sequel to Rumors of Wars is now available for pre-order and will go live on January 27th. Perish Blackburn, kick-ass bounty hunter, is back, baby! Read the summary below and then go pre-order it, now, now, now!
The year is 2075 and in a world where governments have collapsed, societies are crumbling and the number of paranormal beings is close to overtaking that of humans, bounty hunter extraordinaire (and paranormal super beyotch) Perish Blackburn never has a shortage of jobs to fulfill. Her last one, however, was a doozy. No bounty hunter who knows her worth would want to travel back in time to Nazi-era Germany on behalf of a wizard for what amounts to really just a pittance in the grand scheme of things. But Perish takes on the job, and per usual, she does it…
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My mother-in-law gave us a pair of chairs. They’re Eastlake and quite lovely, but the needlepoint seats were not our style. I was at World Market yesterday and saw these 2×3’ rugs and realized they’d make a great cover. They cost about $15 and one was enough to cover both chairs. I think I’m going to buy some more to make throw pillows. Just remember to cut them as little as possible—they fall apart easily. I stay-stitched along the edges before I cut it. I think I’ll make some big throw pillows and not cut those at all. I love the texture and colors, and the fact that they’re cheap.