Kimberly Van Ginkel

In the Sleep of Death

“In the Sleep of Death”

A Supernatural Victorian Fantasy

Eloping with the Necromancer was her first mistake. Running from the posse was her second.

How can Lorena break free of her husband’s dark magic when he is able to enter her mind and read her thoughts?

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Kimberly Van Ginkel

Kimberly Van Ginkel is a published novelist living in the Midwest.

Her debut novel, In the Sleep of Death,” has been described as “Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell” meets “The Ten Thousand Doors of January.”

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