Lisa Shearin, National Bestselling Author

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After solving The Grendel Affair, the agents have another SPI File to investigate…

We’re Supernatural Protection & Investigations, known as SPI. We battle the real monsters of myth and legend, but this Halloween, we’re searching for diamonds…

A gala opening at the Metropolitan Museum of Art has attracted the upper crust of Manhattan—and thieves. A trio of vile harpies attacks the crowd and steals the stars of the exhibition: a colorful cluster of seven cursed diamonds known as the Dragon Eggs. In the right mage’s hands, each stone can pack a magical wallop. Together they have the power to “cure” the supernaturals of the tristate area—but for many of those vampires and werewolves, that means turning into dust.

I’m Makenna Fraser, a seer for SPI. With the help of my partner, Ian, and the other agents, I have twenty-four hours to prevent total global panic, find the diamonds, and save the supernatural community. No biggie…



NIGHT SHIFT (An urban fantasy anthology)

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Vampires, ghouls, and CIA agents? Just another night at the office.

It’s seer Makenna Frazier’s first day on the job at Supernatural Protection and Investigations, and her first assignment is more than she bargained for when bodyguard duty for a leprechaun prince’s bachelor party goes every which way but right in a all-new novella national bestselling author Lisa Shearin’s Lucky Charms.

 WILD CARD (A Raine & Tam novella) 

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My name is Raine Benares. I’m a seeker, a finder of things lost and people missing. I’ve never had to do both in one day, or had this many lives at stake–including mine.

The search for a missing ring leads me to the abduction of eight magically gifted children. Their souls were stolen while they slept, and unless I find those souls by sunrise, their bodies will die.Both cases have one thing in common–they’re linked to a goblin secret society high-stakes poker game, whose members are practitioners of the blackest of black magic. As a seeker, I can track those captured children’s souls, but to spring them will take magic I haven’t got.

That’s where Tamnais Nathrach comes in. He’s the seductive embodiment of sin itself. He’s also a goblin dark mage with an even darker past, the owner of the city’s most notorious casino–and the only person with magic enough to reach the kids in time.

Why are the most dangerous predators the most beautiful?

The stakes are high; the odds of success are low. And I’m betting with my life–a life I’ll have to trust to a darkly tempting goblin mage I just met.

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Writing, writing, writing. . .

Sorry for the silence, but I knew y’all would understand the reason — I’m working hard on the new Raine Benares novel. I’ve discovered that while I can do my second drafts on my laptop, I have to write first drafts by hand. However . . . I now have an assistant (the heavens opened […]

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Guess what I’m working on?

I’m now at 6K  words on the new Raine book. Thought you’d like to know. ; ) Back to work, Lisa

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Adopting a new greyhound!

I didn’t post about it when it happened, but we had to put our sweet and beautiful brindle girl Gracie to sleep on April 1. She was one month from her 14th birthday (which is exceptionally old for a greyhound). She had severe arthritis and degenerative disc disease in her lower back, and it finally […]

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The Brimstone Deception is finished!!!!!!!!!!!!!

(Stagger, stagger, crawl, crawl, plop) I just finished the final edits on The Brimstone Deception, and have turned them in to my editor. On Monday morning, I start writing the Raine book. : )  But for now, I sleep. Zzzzzzzzzz, L.

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Another snippet from The Brimstone Deception

For your reading enjoyment, here’s another snippet from The Brimstone Deception — actually it’s bigger than a snippet, more like a chunk, but there wasn’t a good place to split it, and I knew you wouldn’t mind reading something longer. ; ) At the moment, Ian was talking to our lead investigator, but he kept […]

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