Candy Skulls

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AuthorHouse, Sep 25, 2009 - Fiction - 300 pages
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 Nobody knew him.  But everyone feared him.
   From asphyxiation to yellow fever, Death had been the chauffer of souls for much longer than he cared to remember.  Whether they were destined to Heaven or Hell, the cynical reaper had been forever responsible for the delivery of the deceased spirits.  After spending all of eternity doing the same thing day in and day out with archangel Michael as his partner, Death was growing rather weary of his monotonous job.  But when a chance encounter with the gifted child, Anya Smith, stirred up trouble in his routine, Death would soon find himself wishing for that comfortable monotony...   Condemned by God to live a mortal life in order to see why good people had to die, Death must quickly learn to adjust to his newly borrowed body, once belonging to a homeless man by the name of Noah Quinn.  Having no experience with human emotion much less mankind's general fragility, Death must adopt Noah's alias and dodge the advances of threats both physical and supernatural, all the while trying to keep Anya safe under his care. 
   Betrayal, insanity, and pain both physical and mental are just the start of Noah's experiences with the living.  Life among people surely holds many lessons, but Noah will soon learn more about the living than he bargained for: namely that it was a hell of a lot easier being dead than alive.
 Candy Skulls provides a unique look into the mechanics of human emotion.  The casual blend of dark humor and suspense creates a compelling story about the successes and flaws of mankinds' relationship with the world, and an individual's relationship with himself. 

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About the author (2009)

McKenzie Maclaine is an inscrutable agnostic whose creative talents span across all types of media.  She started writing at an early age and has also developed a love for hobbies such as drawing, painting, and most recently tattooing.
   She currently resides with her family in Green Bay, Wisconsin. 

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