Seventeen-year-old Miranda Wolford was born Deaf, though it took her years to realize it. She thought everyone could hear the cacophony of voices that surrounded her—but those voices belong to the dead, and they are the only things Miranda can hear.
When a ghost leads Miranda to a missing child and his murderer, she tries to enlist the police; but between the communication barrier and the insane story, she can’t make them understand.
The murderer is on the loose. To stop them, Miranda will have to take matters into her own hands.
C.M. (formerly Cait) Spivey is a speculative fiction writer, author of high fantasy From Under the Mountain and the horror novella series, “The Web“. Their enduring love of fantasy started young, thanks to authors like Tolkien, J.K. Rowling, Diane Duane, Tamora Pierce, and many more. Now, they explore the rules and ramifications of magic in their own works—and as a non-binary panromantic asexual, they’re committed to queering their favorite genres.
In their spare time, they plan their next tattoo (there will always be a next tattoo) and falls further behind on their to-be-read list. Anything left over is devoted to their tireless quest to make America read more. They live in Portland, Oregon, with their darling husband Matt and adorable dog Jay.