Eric Banyon has settled into the New York whirl nicely: he's doing well at Juilliard, he's made a lot of new friends, he's defeated a lord of the Unseleighe Sidhe...
Or has he?
Aerune mac Audelaine, whose belovbed was killed by mortal men, was determined to destroy the humand race until Eric, with a little help from his new friends the Guardians, thwarted Aerune's plans and exposed the chemists whose designer poison turned ordinary humans into zombie Mages. The human side of the threat is finished, but Aerune, like the rest of the Sidhe, has a long memory... and a lot of patience. He's also got Jeanette Campbell, former Threshold Black Ops, and the science behind the murder.
Rosemary Edghill (born 1956) is an American writer and editor, who has often used that pseudonym in place of her legal name, Eluki bes Shahar. Her primary genres are science fiction and fantasy, but she began by writing Regency romances.
The publishers of her first novel, the Regency Romance Turkish Delight, suggested that "eluki bes shahar" sounded insufficiently English to attract potential readers, and thus she has published the majority of her novel-length works under the pseudonym. Her sister writes as India Edghill.
Rosemary Edghill. Wikipedia.