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Chimes At Midnight - The Grimoire Chronicles #3 - cover

Chimes At Midnight - The Grimoire Chronicles #3

Phaedra Weldon

Publisher: Caldwell Press

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"My real dad was a leviathan, my mother is a Daoine Sidhe, and a Djinn hijacked my best friend's body…exactly when does this get fun?" 
Mike Ross has been found in New Orleans, by none other than the Elemental Witch, Samantha Hawthorne. But the only way she could banish the Djinn from Mike's body was to promise to deliver Dags McConnell to the Faerie Queen. Well of course she's not going to do that…but the Faerie never take kindly to broken promises.  
Now in New Orleans to help Mike Ross, Dags finds himself up against the daughter of his best friend, a young human girl with the aspirations to be the next Winter Court Queen. And she's got Dags in her sites. Will he and his friends run out the clock on a Faerie Wild Hunt to survive till the dawn's rays, and will Dags accept help from the most unlikely of allies?  
Chimes At Midnight is the third book in the Urban Fantasy Series, The Grimoire Chronicles.

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