PHOENIX ROSE

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Recipient of the Kirkus Star and described as “Poe-like phantasmagoria amid Stephen King–style naturalism that results in a fictive world that’s familiar yet eerily strange—and plenty scary,” Phoenix Rose, the second novel by Michael Bailey, is back in print in a new second edition format.

This composite novel is available in trade paperback for $12.95, or eBook for $6.95. Fiction; 372 pages; 8×5 format; cover artwork by Michael Ian Bateson.

 

A family is torn apart after a horse foaling goes terribly wrong; a sickly man recounts getting mauled by his neighbor’s dog; an undead priest is reborn into the world a hundred-fifty years after his untimely death; two brothers run for their lives through a dead field of wheat. Holding all of this together is a young boy named Todd, whose survival pivots on the balance of life and death, and a deranged mental patient with a burnt rose tattoo, whose reality is paradoxical.

“An engrossing blend of creepy atmospherics, gory jolts and mind-bending conundrums.”

While Phoenix Rose works as a standalone, it weaves in and out of the events of its predecessor, Palindrome Hannah, which is also now available in a similarly packaged trade paperback for $12.95, or eBook for $6.95. Fiction; 334 pages; 8×5 format; illustrations by Michael Ian Bateson.

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