The ballad of Black Tom
The ballad of Black Tom

LaValle, Victor D., 1972- author.


First edition.

Publication Information
New York : A Tom Doherty Associates Book, c2016.

Physical Description
151 pages ; 21 cm

General Note
"A book"--Title page verso.

Subject Term
African American men -- New York (State) -- New York -- Fiction.
Magic -- Fiction.
Doorways -- Fiction.
Nineteen twenties -- Fiction.

Geographic Term
New York (N.Y.) -- History -- 1898-1951 -- Fiction.

Paranormal fiction

"People move to New York looking for magic and nothing will convince them it isn't there. Charles Thomas Tester hustles to put food on the table, keep the roof over his father's head, from Harlem to Flushing Meadows to Red Hook. He knows what magic a suit can cast, the invisibility a guitar case can provide, and the curse written on his skin that attracts the eye of wealthy white folks and their cops. But when he delivers an occult tome to a reclusive sorceress in the heart of Queens, Tom opens a door to a deeper realm of magic, and earns the attention of things best left sleeping. A storm that might swallow the world is building in Brooklyn. Will Black Tom live to see it break?"--Provided from

LibraryMaterial TypeCall NumberItem AvailableCopiesStatus
Lake Elmo LibraryBookSCI_FI FANTASY LAV11Fiction Collection