In August, a group of authors and readers will converge on New Orleans for the annual Authors After Dark convention. One of those authors will be Kelly Gay, who will be celebrating the release of her fourth Charlie Madigan novel, Shadows Before the Sun. Between life and death lies a […]
Today, I get to welcome Kelly Gay to Literary Escapism. Kelly is the author of the amazing The Better Part of Darkness and the soon to be released The Darkest Edge of Dawn – both of which everyone everyone should be checking out. It takes a strong woman to keep […]
Today, I get to welcome Kelly Gay to Literary Escapism. Kelly is the author of the amazing The Better Part of Darkness and it’s definitely a novel everyone should be checking out. I know I can’t wait for the second novel, The Darkest Edge of Dawn, to hit the shelves.
Atlanta: it’s the promised city for the off-worlders, foreigners from the alternate dimensions of heaven-like Elysia and hell-like Charbydon. Some bring good works and miracles. And some bring unimaginable evil….
Charlie Madigan is a divorced mother of one, and a kick-ass cop trained to take down the toughest human and off-world criminals. She’s recently returned from the dead after a brutal attack, an unexplained revival that has left her plagued by ruthless nightmares and random outbursts of strength that make doing her job for Atlanta P.D.’s Integration Task Force even harder. Since the Revelation, the criminal element in Underground Atlanta has grown, leaving Charlie and her partner Hank to keep the chaos to a dull roar. But now an insidious new danger is descending on her city with terrifying speed, threatening innocent lives: a deadly, off-world narcotic known as ash. Charlie is determined to uncover the source of ash before it targets another victim — but can she protect those she loves from a force more powerful than heaven and hell combined?
Make sure you stick around, we’re giving away a copy of The Better Part of Darkness.
I’ve had a copy of Kelly Gay’s debut novel, The Better Part of Darkness for a bit now, but have you ever gotten into a mood where you know it won’t help with a certain novel. I very much went through a straight romance-wanting stage and I knew my frame […]