Of Lips and Tongue

Delaney Green is one of them that don't burn. Possessed of the Touch - with the ability to not only see the future but manipulate it - she's been kept in an institution for most of her life. When the Salesman, a murderous entity with a connection to Delaney's past, starts burning girls to death, FBI Agent Percival Cox gives her the chance to leave the asylum behind. But he presents an even greater threat and she must risk flesh and bone in order to keep him from becoming a Power more destructive than the Salesman.

"If you love to read, you owe it to yourself to pick up this book. When I talk to writers, the one thing I harp on is voice. It's the thing that makes a story uniquely yours, it's the thing that lets you know a Clapton guitar solo without anyone crediting him on the song, the thing that only Elton John brings to the piano. A.G. Carpenter has what I call 'voice for days,' a term I've only applied to folks like Chuck Wendig and Author S.H. Roddey before." - John Hartness, author of the Black Knight series

"[A.G. Carpenter's] style, her characters, and the story itself is a masterpiece of horror, paranoia, love, and introduces a startling heroine that people should flock to." - Jay Requard, author of Thief of Shadows

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