10:45 AM Posted by Martha A Cheves
The best salmon:
Serves 4 (large salmon steak or 4 - 6 ounce steaks)
450 temp for 15 minutes, allow 5 minutes to rest after removal from oven
2 tblsp. olive oil
2 tsp. basil
2 tsp. Dijon mustard
salt/pepper to taste
1/2 tsp garlic powder
2 tsp lemon juice
The Edge of the Cemetery - Review by Martha A. Cheves, Author of: Stir, Laugh, Repeat; Think With Your Taste Buds; A Book and A Dish
"The true prophecy states 'that the cambion, shall merge forever with his father and become one, upon which my ever faithful servant shall live once again'. There is only one way to interpret this part of the prophecy... The demon will converge with the body and discard the body's mind and soul for the devil to deal with at his leisure."
On a typical day of ghost and demon eradication, George Sinclair worked with Billy Wilkinson. The two made a perfect team due to the strength of their powers, which were virtually equal and stronger than most Ghost Killers. This combined strength is going to come in handy as they deal with a demon from the past and his human as they work together to fulfill the prophecy of him converging into the boy's body and opening the sealed vault that contains demons that were imprisoned within its walls releasing them to do the work of the devil.
The Edge of the Cemetery is Book 2 of the Ghost Killer series. Author Margaret Millmore has a way of writing that not only keeps the pages turning but also feeds me surprises around every corner. About half way through the book I KNEW what was going to happen near the end. Wrong. The events that took place had never entered my mind! This is the art of a truly good writer.
If you want a good ghostly mystery, don't miss this book, but I'll give you a little advice before reading. Go back and read Book 1 What Haunts Me. Both books stand alone but they also connect and will allow you to personally know the characters a bit better. I've now read both and I highly recommend them.