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Simon R. Green

by Terrance Mc Arthur



They are the Ghost Finders, not Ghostbusters (copyright issues, you know). J.C. is cool, dressed in white, and always wears sunglasses (to hide the golden glow of his eyes). Melody is a techno-wizard hiding behind her glasses and her computers (machines are more dependable than people). Happy is not happy; he’s a paranoid telepath, he’s overmedicated, and he likes it. Kim is the normal one of the team (she’s a ghost). Simon R. Green has sent these paranormal warriors after the good, the bad, and the demonic through his books Ghost of a Chance, Ghost of a Dream, Ghost of a Smile, Spirits from Beyond, and now…Voices from Beyond.

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by Terrance Mc Arthur


Call him Bond–Shaman Bond. Call him Eddie Drood. Call this ultra-secret agent with the uber-tech, golden, magic armor when impossible things need to be done!

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by Terrance Mc Arthur



The Flesh Undying is not a nice thing. It has escaped from being kicked out of several dimensions and wants to take over or destroy this one, but a pesky team of Ghost Finders from the Carnacki Institute keeps getting in his way. In Simon R. Green’s Spirits from Beyond, they clash under the streets of London, awakening the gods of the Druids and that’s only the prelim card before the novel’s main event.

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