No Grave is finally available! Check out the post Buy No Grave Today! for more information! You can also just check it out: paperback or Kindle eBook (on Amazon.com), paperback or Nook eBook (at Barnes & Noble), or as an eBook on Kobo or Smashwords — it’s $2.99 for the eBook or $15.99 for the paperback (eBook included at Amazon.com).
Brief synopsis: A year after the events of No Reflection, No Grave tells the tangled supernatural tales of three troubled characters as they struggle to come out on top against massive odds, fighting to keep hold of the lives they’ve barely scraped together.
For the detailed synopsis, please see the No Grave Post, or check the synopsis given by the retailers.
No Reflection is finally available! Check it out here! You can also just check it out: paperback or Kindle eBook (on Amazon.com), paperback or Nook eBook (at Barnes & Noble), or as an eBook on Kobo or Smashwords — it’s $2.99 for the eBook or $10.99 for the paperback (eBook included with paperback purchase at Amazon.com).
Brief synopsis: Nicole’s life is falling apart. She’s taking double her usual dosage of anxiety meds, on the verge of losing her job, panic-stricken and isolated in the largest city in the United States…and all of that was before she saw the Woman get hit by the L Train going through Union Square. Now she’s been pulled into a world of shadows and secrets, trapped in a lower east side brownstone with a washed out shock-rocker and his group of bizarre supernatural conspiracy theorists, stalked by someone lurking in the darkness waiting for the opportune moment to drag her underground…
For the detailed synopsis, please see the No Reflection Page, or check the synopsis given by the retailers.
Spencer Rhys Hughes is a NYC-based author. His premiere novel (No Reflection) was released June, 2013, with the follow-up novel (No Grave) released September, 2015. For more information about Spencer, see the About Spencer section. For more information on the books, see the Books & Reviews section. For the latest news, opinions, ramblings, and flash fiction, see the Blog.