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The Moonstone and Miss Jones
|The Moonstone and Miss Jones|
The Moonstone and Miss Jones eBook Cover, written by Jillian Stone
|Series||Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator|
|Publication date||September 25, 2012|
|Preceded by||The Seduction of Phaeton Black|
The Moonstone and Miss Jones is an eBook written by Jillian Stone. It is the second work in the Phaeton Black, Paranormal Investigator series by this author. In this work Succubi appear as minor characters in the story.
- Title: The Moonstone and Miss Jones
- Author: Jillian Stone
- Published By: Kensington Books
- Length: 289 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B007XIC0TQ
- IBSN: 075826898X
- Publishing Date: September 25, 2012
Other Works in this Series on SuccuWiki
A master of paranormal deduction--and paramour seduction--Phaeton Black has a knack for bumping into things that go bump in the night, from ghoulies and ghosties to long-leggedy beauties. . .
Mooning For The Moonstone
Barely escaping the clutches of a succulent succubus, Phaeton Balck returns to London only to get sucked into another unearthly scheme. Professor Lovecraft has been tinkering with the secrets of life and death, replacing body parts with the latest mechanical marvels. To succeed, he needs to tap the power of the fabled Moonstone--and he needs Phaeton's help. Of course, Phaeton would prefer to investigate the more interesting body parts of Miss America Jones. Perhaps, bringing his lady friend along for the ride won't be to too much trouble. . .
Shanghaied In Shanghai
The bewilderingly beautiful and bountifully gifted daughter of a Cajun witch, Miss Jones is always up for an adventure, especially with Mr. Black as her traveling companion. But when Phaeton is mysteriously shanghaied in Shanghai, America thinks he's run out on her. Stranded in the Orient--and steaming mad--she's prepared to look under every stone for the missing detective. The case has put them both in the most compromising positions, but this time, Miss Jones is on top and Mr. Black is at the bottom. . .of a truly infernal plot.
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