Dead and Buried by Barbara Hambly
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Dead and Buried Summary
New Orleans, 1836. When free black musician and surgeon Benjamin January attends the funeral of a friend, an accident tips the dead man out of his coffin only to reveal an unexpected inhabitant. Just one person recognizes the corpse of the white man: Hannibal Sefton, fiddle-player and one of Januarys closest friends. But he seems unwilling to talk about his connection to the dead man ...
Dead and Buried Reviews
"Starred Review. Hambly's sure hand with historical detail, her convincing characterizations, and her view of the slave trade ... raise this tale of violence, deceit, and humiliation to a must-read." - Publishers Weekly
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Barbara Hambly Author Biography
At various times in her life, Barbara Hambly has been a high-school teacher, a model, a waitress, a technical editor, a professional graduate student, an all-night clerk at a liquor store, and a karate instructor. Born in San Diego, she grew up in southern California, with the exception of one high-school semester spent in New South Wales, Australia. Her interest in fantasy began with reading The Wizard of Oz at an early age and has continued ever since.
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