Sunday, April 15, 2012

You Could Win!

You could win a copy of Steamside Chronicles or another Decadent Publishing ebook of your choice from our online catalog! For a chance to win, read the blurb and answer the question listed below it. Leave a comment (along with your email address) and you might get lucky!

Emily Fenwick, formerly with the NYPD, is now the reluctant defender of 1890 New York. Unfortunately for Emily, who hates "the creepy stuff", she ignored her inner voice, went to a carnival in Central Park, and entered a Victorian tent in hopes a psychic would have some encouraging news about her woefully boring love life. The guarantee she received of meeting a tall, dark, and handsome stranger comes with a huge catch - he lives in an alternate dimension of the past.

Jack Pettigrew leads a quirky band of lost souls in a battle to save New York circa 1890. Nightmares have come alive and threaten to terrorize a fragile era. Jack leads the “punks,” who have been sucked back in time through a vortex. Each has a fleeting memory of their own death–or near death–and must determine for themselves why they have been chosen for this mission. Is Steamside their Purgatory? Could an Egyptian obelisk in Central Park be the cause of the time rift, or is Emily herself to blame for the goblins, zombies, and other nightmarish scenes plaguing them?

If the Punks want to return to 2010, they must ensure there’s going to be an 1891. If they conclude they’re really ghosts, then it might be time to party like it’s 1999.

Question:  Who did Emily work for?


bn100 said...

She used to work for the NYPD. The book sounds very interesting.


Debby said...

She used to work for the NYPD. It sounds like a different book and of so intriguing.
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DawnM said...

She was in the NYPD


J.A. Campbell said...


Sounds cool. Would love to read it.


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bas1chs said...

Emily worked for the NYPD and this sounds good.

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Chrisbails said...

Emily used to work for NYPD. The book sounds great and would love to win and read. This is a new author and genre for me and would love to check out this book. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Mercy Bordeaux said...

It sounds as if Emily could be a lawyer, possibly a pro bono lawyer, for immigrants in 1890.