I just finished reading (and loving!) Rosemary Clement-Moore's Texas Gothic, thanks to all of you who voted for it in last month's Halloween-themed Stack of Five. When I started reading it, a friend on Goodreads mentioned that there was a second book, which I wasn't aware of, so of course I went to check it out - and what did I find there, but a perfect case for FFO! Below are 2 different covers for the sequel, Spirit & Dust. The first cover's dramatic, ethereal cover follows the theme of TG's cover (though I'm not sure how much they suit the style, much as I love 'em), and the second cover, though banal on first glance, should be clicked to view in a larger size, for a little surprise in the design... Take a look at both, and then let me know in the comments which you would reach for to find out more. Which would you rather have on your shelves?
Which one did it better?
Last time on FFO: It's been a couple of weeks since our last face off, but it was a good one, since it went along with a giveaway... ;) Three different versions of How to Be a Good Wife, the thriller-debut of Emma Chapman, went head to head (or head to door to butterfly-in-a-wineglass, I guess...), and though they're all intriguing representations of the story, the ominous closed door won in the end.