Publisher description for Four and twenty blackbirds / Cherie Priest.
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Although she was orphaned at birth, Eden Moore is never alone. Three dead women watch from the shadows, bound to protect her from harm. But in the woods a gunman waits, convinced that Eden is destined to follow her wicked great-grandfather--an African magician with the power to curse the living and raise the dead.
Now Eden must decipher the secret of the ghostly trio before a new enemy more dangerous than the fanatical assassin destroys what is left of her family. She will sift through lies in a Georgian ante-bellum mansion and climb through the haunted ruins of a 19th century hospital, desperately seeking the truth that will save her beloved aunt from the curse that threatens her life.
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Orphans -- Fiction.
Young women -- Fiction.
Blessing and cursing -- Fiction.
Racially mixed people -- Fiction.
Signal Mountain (Tenn.) -- Fiction.
Birthfathers -- Fiction.
Georgia -- Fiction.