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Walking Shadows - Zoe Martinique Investigation Series

Phaedra Weldon

Publisher: Caldwell Press

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Summary

A Revenant dies, its human soul ripped from its body. A missing human soul slowly becomes a Walking Shadow. A heart broken Wraith considers vengeance. And an Ethereal Dominion drinks blood.  
 
Join Zoë Martinique as she investigates the next Ethereal threat and questions the purpose of her own existence when her Abysmal nature rises once again.

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