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When down-on-her-luck Regan Osbourne sells her hand for quick cash, debilitating phantom limb pain causes her to try an experimental drug and soon feels an eerie psychic connection to her missing limb that is being used . . . to kill.
Would you sell your hand for a million dollars?
Regan “Roz” Osbourne is broke. Her ex-boyfriend won’t take no for an answer, and no one is taking her art work seriously. So when a mysterious stranger offers her a million dollars and safety from her unstable ex in exchange for her left hand, she can’t afford to refuse.
Immediately following the amputation, she’s racked with insufferable phantom limb pain. Desperate for relief, she enrolls in an experimental drug trial. But this drug has a peculiar side effect—she develops a psychic connection to her missing limb. She soon discovers that Chicago’s long-dormant Phantom Strangler is now wearing her hand and is using it . . . to kill.
“The horror-thriller Phantom delivers twists, laughs, and chills in equal measure.” —Erin Flanagan, Edgar-award winning author of Deer Season and Blackout
“Gripping, terrifying, and nearly impossible to put down. Phantom is a thriller to be read with your deadbolt locked.” —Noelle W. Ihli, author of Ask for Andrea and Run on Red
“Power has crafted a gritty, Faustian crime novel that will suck you in from page one.” —Elle Grawl, author of One of Those Faces
“Phantom is a feverish thrill ride you won't soon forget!” —Matt Witten, author of The Necklace
“[This] propulsive, high-concept Faustian thriller . . . maintains a breakneck pace, and [Power] sticks the landing.” —Publishers Weekly