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The Pottery Sale - What Lies Beneath - Urban 2 - cover

The Pottery Sale - What Lies Beneath - Urban 2

A. Nation

Publisher: A. Nation

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Susan decides to take up pottery classes when one of the pottery shop's owners becomes involved in the local town's crime of jewelry theft. Three potters die for greed when Susan's friend pulls her into his own fight in a land of spirits under the same building where the thieves are meeting. Susan finds herself running from an angry witch, a drug lord, and a murderer only to be saved by the odd mix of spirits who live beneath.

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