Mass-market paperback, 404 pages. Published by Daw Books, 1st pb printing, 2006. ISBN: 978-0756403485
In Good used condition, heavy spine slant, moderate cover wear, store sticker on back cover.
SMOKE AND MIRRORS is the second novel in a brilliant new contemporary fantasy series that reintroduces us to two characters from Tanya Huff's beloved Blood novels--vampire Henry Fitzroy and Tony Foster, a former street kid and "snitch" who is given a chance for a better life by Henry.
Relocating to Vancouver with Henry, and forced to get his act together, Tony lands a job as a Production Assistant at CB Productions. In an example of art echoing life, the syndicated TV series Tony works for is Darkest Night, a show about the adventures of a vampire detective.
Everything is going fine until shadowy forces from another dimension attack the crew, and Tony discovers he's a fledgling wizard.
Things have been quiet on the set since the defeat of the shadows. Then Chester Bane, head of CB Productions, rents Caulfield House, a long-deserted, turn-of-the-last-century mansion, to shoot an episode about a haunted house. It should be an easy week, with a perfect setting, the cast all in place, the script ready to go, but there's one little hitch that no one's counted on. Caulfield House really is haunted