Coming from Roc (US) and Piatkus (UK) in August 2010
Just back from London, Harper picked up some new skills while she was away. But instead of taking the time to hone them, she’d rather focus on what’s important. Like finding the two-bit perp who “killed” her. She’s convinced he’s a valuable clue in the puzzle of her past and her missing father, as well as a key to figuring out who’s trying to manipulate her powers and why.
There’s just one problem. Turns out the man who “killed” her was murdered himself while she was away. Lucky for Harper, she has an airtight alibi, but that doesn’t mean the police are going to play nice. With Seattle’s recent surge in violence—thanks to the vampires—she’s already under suspicion. Which means Harper has to watch her step. Because finding the ghost of her “killer”—and rescuing her father—will mean entering into the Grey. And with her growing powers pulling her more deeply into that paranormal world, Harper’s afraid she may not be able to come back out…
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What people say about Labyrinth:
US hardcover: 978-0451463364
US mass-market paperback: 978-0-451-46369-2
UK paperback: 978-0749940812
Available in English language audio from Recorded Books LLC and Audible.com
“(T)he Greywalker saga is the very best paranormal fantasy out there.”—Paul Goat Allen, Barnes and Noble Book Club
“Richardson pulls out all the stops making this novel a fast-paced and terrifying ride. Richardson’s ability to spin a complex and riveting story is undeniable and the proof is on the page. Kudos!”(4.5 stars)—Romantic Times Book Reviews
“Richardson’s once-playful Harper is clearly becoming a supernatural force to be reckoned with.”—Publishsers Weekly
“Harper is one hell of a protagonist.”—Crimespree Magazine
“Standing head and shoulders above the plethora of urban fantasies, Richardson’s latest tale should appeal to fans of Jim Butcher’s “Dresden Files” and Tanya Huff’s Victoria Nelson series.”—Library Journal