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Enchantment Place by Denise Little (Editor)
Cover Artist: Unknown at this time
Review by Carolyn Frank
DAW Paperback  ISBN/ITEM#: 9780756405106
Date: 05 August 2008 List Price $7.99 Amazon US / Amazon UK / Show Article /

Shopping is for everyone, including mages, werefolk, vampires, and your average ghost, goblin or troll. And where can they shop for their special needs? In Chicago, they shop at Enchantment Place. This collection of short stories takes place in and around a boutique mall that caters to everyone, including those more or less than human. Each story takes place in a different shop or place, typically featuring the shop owner or only employee, who may or may not be a normal non-magical mortal. Each one triumphs over adversary in their own way, sometimes romantic, sometimes adventurous, but always in some way fantastical.

From official release/information:

Product Description: Seventeen original stories about a mall where anything you can imagine is for sale—but who will pay the price? The stores in Enchantment Place live up to the title, catering to a rather unique clientele ranging from vampires and were-creatures to wizards and witches, elves and unicorns—in short, anyone with shopping needs not likely to be met in the chain stores. Here are seventeen shopping trips you'll never forget, from a store that sells the highest quality familiars…to the non-magical daughter of a magic-filled family who is left to mind the family jewelry store though she has no means to defeat an enchanting thief…to a woman running a Wiccan supply store who is suddenly faced with an IRS audit…

(Source: DAW)

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