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Stolen Souls cover final Web


I’m thrilled to show you all the cover for STOLEN SOULS (March 2014)!  I have to say, it’s one of my favorite covers so far with the lovable hellhound, Boomer, front and center.  Here’s the description:

Nyalla is dog-sitting for Satan.  It’s a sweet gig for a girl who, up until recently, had been a slave to the elves in Hel.  The house is amazing, she’s got the key to the Corvette, and although Boomer is a Hellhound, he’s also a lovable, slobbery companion.

When a newly interred corpse vanishes, followed by a series of grisly murders, Nyalla can’t help but wonder if Boomer’s odd diet has taken a deadly turn.  Could the dog be to blame or is there a more sinister creature on the loose?  Nyalla must stop who is behind it all before more die – and before the county puts Boomer on death row.

Cover design by Phatpuppy Art.  Typography by Bookish Brunette.


    • Bob Bird

    • 10 years ago

    Nice cover! I can’t wait to get this one. I read No Man’s Land – the change in the lead characters really changes the feel of the book, compared to the others. Nyalla will have different strengths as well, plus being new to our culture. Should be lots of fun!

  1. He is cute, but you can see how he might be scary if he decides he doesn’t like you. Nice cover!

  2. He IS adorable! I love his floppy ears – so cute. I’m planning to get Stolen Souls off to the editor next week, so hopefully you won’t have to wait too much longer.

    • Amanda Peters

    • 10 years ago

    I’m sorry I know he’s a hell hound but he’s adorable! Look at that face how could he be behind anything sinister! He is the perfect image of how I imagined he would be in my head he was part Great Dane part Rottweiler with a pinch of Doberman, and your graphics team have captured that perfectly! I can’t wait for Stolen Souls to come out Debra I’m looking forward to getting to know Nyalla I imagine there will be a lot of bittersweet comedy as she learns to be the human she always should of been.

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