KRISTI CHARISH is the author of Owl and the Japanese Circus and Owl and the City of Angels and the first book in the Kincaid Strange series, The Voodoo Killings. She has a background in archeology and a Ph.D. in zoology from the University of British Columbia. She has worked as a scientific adviser on projects such as fantasy and SF writer Diana Rowland's series White Trash Zombie, and is the co-host of the Adventures in Sci-Fi Publishing Podcast. She lives in Vancouver.
Advance Praise for Lipstick Voodoo Lipstick Voodoo is a fan-friggin-tastic page-turner of a sequel that breathes new life into the undead. It's slick, smart and seriously fun. I'm already waiting for the next book. --Peter Clines, author of the Ex-Heroes series Praise for the Kincaid Strange Novels If you're a fan of Buffy Summers and Sookie Stackhouse, you'll definitely like Kincaid Strange. --Canadian Living The Voodoo Killings is such a spectacular mix of urban fantasy and mystery it kept me up to two in the morning. Give me more Kincaid Strange. --Faith Hunter, New York Times bestselling author of the Jane Yellowrock series Kristi Charish grabs the zombie novel by the throat and drags it back to square one, creating a voodoo zombie mystery that is a fresh and fantastic take on a whole genre. A must read! --Peter Clines, author of The Fold, 14 and the Ex-Heroes series What a rush! Highly entertaining, original, and brimming with wit--and zombies in closets--I loved The Voodoo Killings. Can't wait for the next! --Julie E. Czerneda, author of This Gulf of Time and Stars This was an absolute delight to read. With a smart, cynical hero and zombies whose morals are as gray as the brains they snack on, The Voodoo Killings offers a fun and creepy new world--or two--to get lost in. --Patrick Weekes, author of the Rogues of the Republic series Charish writes a compelling tale that blends together supernatural and horror elements. . . . The characters are interesting, narrative moves along at a nice pace, and Charish's prose and balance of mystery and horror make the book well worth the read. --Flickering Myth (UK)