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  • Masters Of Death (Signed Edition Hardcover)

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    Signed by: Olivie Blake
    Author: Olivie Blake
    Published by: Tor

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A tale of vampires, ghosts and death himself. From the bestselling author of The Atlas Six, Masters of Death by Olivie Blake is a spellbinding, page-turning and queer fantasy.

‘Olivie Blake is a mind-blowing talent’ Chloe Gong, author ofThese Violent Delights

This book is about an estate agent. Only she’s a vampire, the house on sale is haunted, and its ghost was murdered.

When Viola Marek hires Fox D’Mora to deal with a ghost-infested mansion, she expects a competent medium. But unbeknownst to Viola, Fox is not a medium at all. He’s a fraud – and the godson of Death.

As the mystery of the mansion unfolds, Viola and Fox are drawn into an unlikely quest that neither wants nor expects. They’ll need the help of a demonic personal trainer, a steadfast reaper, and an angel with her own secrets. It transpires that an inconvenient dead body and a lost love are intrinsically linked.

Can this coalition of unwilling allies solve this conundrum and un-haunt a house - by winning a devious immortal game?

This edition features beautiful interior illustrations from Little Chmura.

‘If you enjoyed Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens, you will adore this book’ Starburst Magazine

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  • Hardback
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  • 6368050
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  • 9781035011520