A brand-new tale in Bledsoe's acclaimed urban fantasy series, where magic is hidden in plain sight and age-old rivalries simmer just beneath the surface.
Alex Bledsoe is the critically-acclaimed author of the Tufa novels The Hum and the Shiver and Wisp of a Thing, as well as the novels in the Eddie LaCrosse series: He Drank, and Saw the Spider; The Sword-Edged Blonde; Burn Me Deadly; and Dark Jenny. alexbledsoe.com.
"Reading Long Black Curl makes me so happy that there are authors writing real North American-based mythic fiction: stories that incorporate the Americas where many of us live, infusing them with their own folklore and mythology-one that sits so well it feels like it's always been a part of us." --Charles de Lint "Long Black Curl is an intricate and multifaceted story. It's no secret that music stirs the soul, and combining that with a folk-tale setting makes a deeply heart-rending novel. While this is third in the Tufa series, new readers will be more than able to enjoy the story, and fans will especially appreciate the progression of characters and events." --RT Book Reviews "Long Black Curl is an emotional story full of hate, jealousy, revenge, and tragedy. It borders on horror. There is beauty, though, whenever music is present." --Fantasy Literature