Shotgun Sorceress

book coverShotgun Sorceress by Lucy A. Snyder
Paperback & eBook · 336 pages
Published by Del Rey
ISBN-10: 0-345-51210-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-345-51210-9
On Sale: October 26, 2010 · $7.99
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Also available in French as Le Baiser de la Sorcière.

Shotgun Sorceress is an urban fantasy set in Columbus, Ohio and in Cuchillo, Texas. It's a direct sequel to Spellbent and features the continued adventures of Jessie, her familiar Pal, Cooper Marron, and The Warlock.

Synopsis:
Outlaw sorceress Jessie Shimmer and her friends are trapped in an isolated West Texas town that is being decimated by a soul harvester named Miko. As they battle Miko and her minions, Jessie discovers a darkness within herself that she must overcome to save the town, her friends, and her own soul.

"(A) hard-hitting and rather offbeat urban fantasy series. ... It's a wild ride ... lots of fun."
Locus Magazine

"With a suspenseful trip through a dark faery region, several uber-dark visits to Jessie's internal 'hellement,' and all kinds of monsters and demons causing all kinds of chaos, Snyder is quickly building a series that--if it keeps up this pace--will surely become a favorite of cross-genre fans."
Horror Fiction Review

"Jessie Shimmer has rescued her boyfriend from hell, but her day ain't over yet.  On the run from a bigger, badder supernatural force than she can handle, she ends up in a little niche of hell, a small town in Texas taken over by a demon. In the end, Jessie has a showdown straight out of a spaghetti western. AWESOME." (read more)
Night Gallery: A Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Review

You can read an excerpt from Shotgun Sorceress over at Wicked Jungle, or through the widget below (requires Flash 9.0):

"Shotgun Sorceress is a marvelous sequel, continuing the breakneck pace begun in Spellbent ... this series isn't your average urban fantasy." (read more)
The Sci-Fi Guys Book Review

"Snyder excels at placing the reader directly in the action of her surreal world, and keeps them firmly ensconced there despite a fast and furious pace ... Eccentric secondary players also contribute to the enjoyable wild ride." (read more)
Bitten By Books

"From start to finish this is a wild ride that you'll find impossible to set aside so, once you begin reading, don't make any plans for the weekend!" (read more)
Night Owl Reviews