Dead and Buried
by Barbara Hambly

Benjamin January must investigate the death of one of his closest friends

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 recognises the corpse of the white man: Hannibal Sefton, fiddle-player and one of January’s closest friends. But he seems unwilling to talk about his connection to the dead man . . .


Dead and Buried by Barbara Hambly is available in the following formats

Hardback97807278686711st June 2010145 X 223mm256$28.99
Hardback978072786867128th February 2010145 X 223mm256£21.99
Ebook97817801004011st April 2011N/A256$10.99
Ebook97817801004011st April 2011N/A256£8.99
Paperback978184751225330th November 2010139 X 216mm256£12.99
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Barbara Hambly

Barbara Hambly, though a native of Southern California, lived in New Orleans for many years while married to the late science fiction writer George Alec Effinger. Hambly holds a degree in medieval history from the University of California and has written novels in numerous genres.

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