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Brimstone Angels: Lesser Evils
Erin Evans

Mere weeks after escaping Neverwinter, Farideh’s dreams are still haunted by Lorcan, the cambion devil whose power fuels her own. One of only four known descendents of the original Brimstone Angel, Farideh has no regrets about the pact she made with the devil. But no one in the Hells knows that she has a twin—an impulsive eager sister, just waiting to be corrupted. At least as long as Lorcan can keep her secret.

Determined to protect her sister, Farideh searches for a ritual that could call Lorcan out of the Hells. But in the midst of her hunt, she’s drawn into an assignment for the secret society the Harpers, an assignment which leads her and a ragtag group of allies to an ancient Netherese library deep underground. While the group combs the site, dodging ghosts and magical traps, Farideh discovers a magical book whose pronouncements throw into question everything she thought she knew about herself and her sister.

The more the Book gives up its macabre secrets, the more one thing becomes clear—a traitor lurks among them.

Advance Praise for Lesser Evils:

“Well, I'm now behind on my own writing, because I couldn't tear myself away from Lesser Evils. Then again, I'm only behind by a single day—because I really couldn't tear myself away from Lesser Evils. If the next one's not out until tomorrow, it's still too far off. And if Evans is not already a name spoken of as part of the true Forgotten Realms pantheon, along with Kemp, Cunningham, and Salvatore, it can only be because she has fewer books out, and thus hasn't reached everyone yet.”
—Ari Marmell, author of Agents of Artifice, The Conqueror's Shadow, and the Widdershins Adventure series

Lesser Evils is incredibly immersive and technically brilliant. I love the complex characters and layered plot, and the dialogue is sharp, natural, and brimming with personality. It’s one of those books where you forget about the fact that you're reading a book, and just experience the story as though you were there. Erin M. Evans has a rare talent. She's one to follow for sure.”
—Susan J. Morris, author of “Writers Don’t Cry” column on Omnivoracious, an books blog

Lesser Evils will leave you begging for more from Erin M. Evans. Intrigue upon intrigue and a host of unforgettable characters interwoven into a plot that is riddled with heart-stopping action.Who could ask for more!”
—Chris A. Jackson, award-winning author of Scimitar Moon

Item Details
Release Date: December 4, 2012
Item Code: A26700000
Format: Paperback, eBook
Price: $7.99
Book Tour

Monday, December 3: Writer’s Don’t Cry with Susan Morris. Have you read Susan’s column? You should. Susan is not only full of excellent advice and excellent book picks, but she also draws a mean Emoticow. I’ll be talking to her about writing dialogue, since she named the Brimstone Angels series as one of her top five books for writers in 2012 based partly on the dialogue. (Did I mention Susan has excellent taste?)

Tuesday, December 4: Fantasy Author Handbook with Philip Athans. You should read this one too—Phil is also full of excellent advice (try to squeeze into one of his writing panels at a con…seriously. You should. If you have to trip someone, just make sure no one sees you in the crush). His blog is also one of those you start reading on a coffee break…and then realize the sun is coming up.

Tuesday, December 4: Also here on the D&D site! I’m excited about this one, especially since I have special co-bloggers. You will get a peek behind the curtain at part of the process we authors don’t usually talk about.

Wednesday, December 5: SF Signal—interview with Bryan Thomas Schmidt. SF Signal won a 2012 Hugo for Best Fanzine. It’s packed with news, fiction, interviews and more. (And if you make it through all that, you can check out Bryan’s novels too.)

Thursday, December 6: Suvudu Take Five. If you haven’t eagerly read through Suvudu’s yearly Cage Match, pitting fantasy characters against each other in a delightful crossover bracket, you’re missing out. You’re also missing their Take Five feature—which having reviewed extensively prior to this blog tour, I can tell you is full of gems.

Monday, December 10: A guest blog with Jennifer Brozek. If you have been to a SF/F convention, picked up at RPG book, or poked your nose into the wild space we call the internet, you have likely crossed paths with this lady or her work. I first crossed paths with her at a writer’s retreat where we did a panel with two different topics we managed to cheerfully merge! Jennifer does this nifty feature on her site called “Tell Me” where she has authors talking about their latest work.

Tuesday, December 11: A guest blog on Grasping for the Wind. Okay. I’ll admit. This is the last thing I still have to do. A blog about using D&D as inspiration. Probably. I hate committing to things I’m not finished with. But while I finish, this is a cool site for reviews and other such stuff!

Thursday, December 13: Erin will be doing a reading and signing at University Bookstore (4326 University Way NE, Seattle) at 7:00 PM.