Polar Night is the first book in the newly designed Polar Magic series by Julie Flanders. After deciding to add another installment to the Polar Magic series, we thought it best to make sure these action-packed novels had a new style.
Originally published in 2013, Polar Night was paranormal detective novel that hooked us into detective Danny Fitzpatrick’s life. Watching him battle some dangerous, murderous paranormal creatures has been such a wild ride. This fall, we will join Danny again as he takes on another puzzling case in Fairbanks, Alaska, but as we wait for the next murder—Polar Night and Polar Day are getting new covers!
Plus, if you haven’t read these novels yet, the first editions are going on sale! Polar Night, edition 1 is on sale for 7.99 on our web store while supplies last! But, if you really love the new cover as much as we do, you can Pre-Order Polar Night, too!
About Polar Night
At noon the sun awakens as rural Dalton highway is painted on the arctic, Alaskan horizon. Silhouetted against the burning haze, a haunted asylum pierces the never-ending sky.
A woman screams.
A silken voice and a powerful grip to the throat persuades her silence. His classic Russian features, not unlike the minted image of Czar Nicolas II, remain frozen in time. “Please do not disappoint me like the others, my darling.”
The doorbell chimes. He releases his hold and caresses her cheek. “Natasha,” escapes his lips as he ascends the creaky wooden stairs. A calm hand opens the door. The glistening snow on the front porch pales against Aleksei’s skin and charming smile.
The callused hand of detective Danny Fitzpatrick flashes a search warrant. His puffy, bloodshot eyes lock onto Aleksei’s …
The young woman cries out, but only Aleksei hears. They will never find you my dear. This beaten and hung over man does not have a clue.
Hours later, the detective crosses the threshold and shudders as if encased in a block of ice. The sun drops to sleep and an eerie shadow creeps alongside him. He shakes his head.
Aleksei watches from the peephole. You feel my immortal essence … do you not? A forceful hand bolts the door. Aleksei probes his elongating eye teeth.
It is time for a new plan …
Polar Day gets its new cover on August 12, 2022!