I’m reading Carrie Rubin’s “The Bone Curse” this very minute and people, it’s soooo good. In fact, it’s way past my bedtime and I’m still up and reading, sitting alone in the dark living room, the best place to read about voodoo and curses, don’t you think?
Do you believe in the paranormal?
I wish I did. Life would be more fun. But in reality, a ghost could hit me upside the head with a copy of War and Peace and I’d still find a way to explain it. Thanks to my left-brain skepticism and years of science education, a believer in the paranormal I am not.
That doesn’t mean I don’t find it fascinating, and it doesn’t mean I don’t want to write about it.
The Bone Curse, available today, takes a rational-minded man of science and tosses him into an otherworldly situation, one with curses, dark priests, and Haitian Vodou.
Ben, the main character, is not a perfect guy. He’s a med student…
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