Hysteria of Faeries (Iona Adair Scottish Mysteries #2)


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Do you believe in fairies? Thought not! Well the good people of Edinburgh have been convinced by a boy who can see them and hear them. He’s being heralded as The Fairy Boy of Leith! What’s more, through him, the fairies have predicted the lottery numbers and the whole of Edinburgh seems to be playing the lucky numbers. While giddy hysteria is overtaking the city, much to The Patronii’s dismay, a vicious attack on Iona’s spirit guide means her head isn’t in the game.

Livia, fearsome and fascinating in equal measure, is sent to get Edinburgh back under control and stop all this fairy nonsense once and for all, utilising Iona as her weapon. If that wasn’t enough to be contending with, Iona is torn between Henry, passionate about the rights of the supernatural, and laidback Andy, with his quiet confidence.

A Halloween party leads Iona into real danger. Despite bring dressed as a Rubik’s Cube and doing the Monster Mash, she is forced to put her powers to the test and finds out that she is capable of doing far more than she even imagined. In the end, though, Iona needs to decide just whose side she’s on and it’s not just lives at stake, it’s the fate of a whole race.

Naught’s so queer, as supernatural folk.

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