Introducing January Snow

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Ah. January Snow. The story that started on a car ride six years ago during an animated family discussion on our favorite Disney princesses. That story idea went through multiple revisions and complete plot overhauls, and was inches away from being abandoned all together. But January Snow managed, much like its eponymous heroine, to escape death once again.

So here it is, January Snow: Snow White. 1920s. New York. Mobsters, mediums, and miners. Sin and vice and sacrifice and redemption. And even an action scene or two. Here’s the official blurb:

January Snow has blood on her hands.

Never the obedient daughter of her father’s expectations, she nevertheless thinks she’s finally found a way to earn his respect. But when her plan to take down her father’s rival ends in disaster, her stepmother is convinced that the tragedy that ensues is January’s fault- and she might not be wrong. Maria d’Angelo has spent her life communicating with the spirits, and now she’s certain they’re telling her one thing: January needs to die.

David Brendan has been searching for his brother’s killer, but the only witness to Jon’s death is the runaway daughter of one of the city’s most notorious crime bosses. Suddenly thrust from his high society world into one of mob violence, shadowy spiritualism, and political conspiracy, he realizes that he’s not the only one looking for January Snow- and if he doesn’t find her first, she won’t be the only one who ends up dead.

Coming Winter 2018

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