Disappearing Nightly By Laura Resnick

Disappearing Nightly

An Esther Diamond Novel

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ISBN: 9781101594742


Published by (2012-06-05)

The thrilling first novel in the hilarious paranormal fantasy series introduces Esther Diamond, a struggling New York actress who can’t stop attracting supernatural mayhem.

"A paranormal screwball comedy adventure. Light, happy, fantastically funny!"—Jennifer Crusie, New York Times bestselling author of Bet Me

Bizarre magical disappearances are disrupting shows around the city, and Esther receives a mysterious warning not to go on at her off-Broadway show. Since she’d rather stay on stage than resort to waiting tables, Esther turns to her new BFF, Dr. Maximillian Zadok, a 350-year-old mage whose day job is protecting New York from Evil.

The show must go on, and the astronomical rent must be paid, so Esther and Max team up with a conjuring cowboy, a banker with stage aspirations, and a flock of fearless drag queens to get to the bottom of this mystery.

Also on the case is Detective Connor Lopez, a sexy cop who has a thing for Esther, but he may be drawing the conclusion that she and Max are the real problem rather than the vanishing performers.

Boldly facing down an enraged producer, a hungry tiger, and other deadly obstacles, Esther, Max, and their friends pursue Evil to its lair in order to find the missing performers and restore harmony to the city that never sleeps.

"Celebrate! Disappearing Nightly is the start of a new urban fantasy series that is smart, cool and wicked funny."—New York Times bestselling author Mary Jo Putney

Book Details

Format: eBook
Price: 9.99 CAD / 7.99 USD
Published: 2012-06-05
ISBN: 9781101594742
Page Count: 400

“Swift, fresh, and inventive, DISAPPEARING NIGHTLY is Laura Resnick at her witty best. Not to be missed!”—Mary Jo Putney, New York Times bestselling author
A paranormal screwball comedy adventure. Light, happy, fantastically funny!”—Jennifer Cruise, New York Times bestselling author
A delightful mélange of amateur sleuth mystery, romance and urban fantasy.... Esther Diamond, (is) a protagonist as quirky as Charlaine Harris's Sookie Stackhouse…and with the sex appeal of Laurell K. Hamilton's Anita Blake.”—Explorations