Joe Decker drinks because he can. In 1920s Paris, alcohol flows freely unlike Prohibition America. He thinks he has come to Paris to write his novel, but he has come to Paris to block his visions with alcohol. The visions that started when he touched his first dead thing as a boy, the visions that no longer haunt him - until he sees a beautiful woman on a bridge over the Seine, a beautiful woman who died horribly, a beautiful woman he could have loved.

"[Rusch's horror novels are] horror in the same way that Robert Bloch's Psycho is - horror of the soul."
- Locus

"Like early Ray Bradbury, Rusch has the ability to switch on a universal dark."
- the Times of London

Bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch's award-winning short fiction includes many historical stories, including "G-Men" and "The Gallery of His Dreams." The London Daily Mail called her novel, Hitler's Angel published by Max Crime, "a little gem of a thriller." Over the next three years, WMG Publishing is putting her entire backlist into e-books.

If you liked "Corpse Vision," you might try these publications by Kristine Kathryn Rusch:

The Blitz Experience
Dark Corners
Subtle Interpretations
Thrill of the Hunt

Used availability for Kristine Kathryn Rusch's Corpse Vision

Kindle Editions

January 2011 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition

Title: Corpse Vision: A Faerie Justice Story
Author(s): Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Publisher: WMG Publishing
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   Amazon CA