Copper Moon

Copper Moon

Rachel Caine


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A novel of romance, suspense, and supernatural terror in a small Texas town by the New York Times–bestselling author of the Stillhouse Lake series.
Abby Rhodes is a music teacher in small-town Texas, but she’s about to journey to places she never imagined before. When a gorgeous man appears at her door and touches her hand, Abby’s world is changed forever. Her heart is overwhelmed by him, but her mind is being taken over by a dark supernatural force she can’t understand—a force that makes her question the true nature of the man who has so enchanted her. As she fights to regain control of her own soul, Abby may be forced to choose between love and survival . . .
Praise for Rachel Caine
“Rapid-fire . . . powerful.” —Publishers Weekly on Stillhouse Lake
“Absorbing suspense . . . gripping, original.” —Kirkus Reviews on Last Breath
“Exciting, fast-paced adventure.” —Library Journal on Paper and Fire


Rachel Caine:
Rachel Caine (1962–2020) was the New York Times–, USA Today–, and #1 Wall Street Journal–bestselling author of more than fifty books across multiple genres, from adult thriller to urban fantasy/science fiction, as well as works for young adults. With millions of copies sold, she was a frequent guest at conventions in the United States and around the world. Her popular book series include the Morganville Vampires novels, the Great Library series, and the #1-bestselling Stillhouse Lake books. Caine lost her fight with a rare and aggressive cancer, soft tissue sarcoma, in November of 2020.