As if being a high school student isn’t already hard enough, Bobby Hawthorne and his best friend, Angelina Dellapicallo, struggle to understand the emerging secrets of witchcraft and magic — secrets strictly guarded by Bobby’s overprotective mother and her friends. The unexpected appearance of his spirited grandfather sets in motion a series of events that sweep the young teens down a dangerous path — one inhabited by an ancient evil that threatens not only Bobby and Angelina but their whole community of witches as well.
Pixies can’t stop the hellhounds . . . but they have sounded the alarm . . . and the magic users must respond . . .
About the Author
Tim Hemlin is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire, having studied with poets Charles Simic and Mekeel McBride. He has published in poetry journals, anthologies, and magazines-most notably in Ellery Queen. He was nominated for the PWA's prestigious Shamus award in 1998. Currently he has six novels out. For ten years he was a chef for a high-end catering company in Houston. In 1992 he switched careers and taught middle school ELA for 22 years. Two years ago he decided to put his master's degree to work and is now a high school counselor. In addition, he is an avid marathoner, fly-fisherman, and outdoorsman. He lives just outside Houston, Texas with his wife Valerie, two dogs and a very cantankerous cat.