Nebula-award winning author Mike Conner presents a novel about a world that all of us can recognize, a world of what might have been. In Minneapolis in the 1930as, the deadly plague that ended the First World War is decimating the population. The only people who seem to be immune to its effects are black people. What does this mean for the future of the cityaand of the nation? Young newsman Danny Constantine finds that not everyone is dying from the plague. He has discovered a series of bizarre deathsamurders that look like the work of a vampire. In these times of bad news, his own paper refuses to print the story and Danny must search for the truth on his own, except for a mysterious woman known only as archangel, who always seems to appear when needed most.He didna#39;t want to think about baseball. Five years ago, when he was fifteen andtearingup the sandlotsoutin a#39;Frisco, thegreat Lefty Oa#39;Doulhimself hadcome tohis parentsa#39; house ... Oa#39;Doul hada contract inhis pocket. ... Youa#39;re a serious ballplayer.
|Publisher||:||Open Road Media - 2014-04-01|