Devil's Key (First English Language)


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$15.95  $14.67
Northampton House Press
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5.5 X 0.76 X 8.5 inches | 0.96 pounds
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About the Author

ELISABETH GRAVES, descendent of an old Florida family, grew up in a small citrus-industry town not far from Disney World, her first employer. A former wardrobe assistant, theme-park waitress, seafood-joint cashier, graphic artist, advertising copywriter, and forensic librarian, she grew up in a somewhat haunted house on a Central Florida lake that's home to many an alligator and poisonous snake. She likes to read the headstone inscriptions in old cemeteries in her spare time. Black River, her first novel, was originally published in English by Berkley Books, New York, and in Norwegian by Fredhois Forlag, Oslo, as Sort Elv. Devil's Key was originally published by Egmont Boker, Oslo, in 1999 as Svart Frikt. This Northampton House Press trade paperback edition is the first in the English language.


Praise for Elisabeth Graves's first novel, BLACK RIVER: "Not a book to curl up with late at night . . . not if you want to get any sleep." -Edward Falco, author of Winter in Florida "Deliciously evil . . . [Graves] handles the genre with panache."--Florida Times-Union "Gripping . . . one of those 'can't stop reading' types of books. This novel will remain in your memory for a long, long time." -Patrick Smith, author of Forever Island "A compelling story told with swift skill . . . a maelstrom of black magic, conjuring, and suspense." -Page Edwards, author of The Search for Kate Duval "[This] Florida native breathes life into all her characters -- dead or alive." -St. Augustine Record