Gravelight

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Macmillan, Aug 15, 1998 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Wycherly Musgrave is the perfect drunken, ne'er-do-well youngest brother. Beneath his lighthearted manner, however, lies . . . something dark. Now, afraid that in a drunken blackout he may haev murdered a young woman, Wycherly has fled the family estate to try to dry out and see if he can remember what happened that terrible night.

Wycherly finds himself strangely attracted to Sinah, a famous actress whose ability to read minds and project exactly what people want to see has made her a star. Sinah fears her own identity is drowning under the characters she's played. Above these people looms a ruined sanitarium, a vortex of evil psychic powers. And both Wycherly and Sinah are ripe for possession.
 

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The bowl of night: a Bast mystery

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A best-selling sf/fantasy author delves into the occult with this tale of an alcoholic who enlists the help of a psychic when he suspects he may have murdered someone during a blackout. Read full review

Review: Gravelight (Light #3)

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The plot was dull and predictable; the pace slow. The book is set in WV - my home state. MZB relied heavily on "hillbilly" stereotypes for the town of Morton - which I found irritating because all she ... Read full review

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Contents

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IV
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V
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VI
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VIII
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XIII
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Marion Zimmer Bradley was born in Albany, NY and lived for many years in Berkeley, CA. Best known as a writer of fantasy, science fiction, and romantic occult fiction, Bradley was also the editor of Marion Zimmer Bradley's Fantasy Magazine and many anthologies. Her most famous works include the Darkover series of science fiction novels and the New York Times bestselling The Mists of Avalon. Bradley's romantic, magical, contemporary novels for Tor include The Inheritor, Heartlight, Ghostlight, and Witch Hill. Marion Zimmer Bradley died in 1999.

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