Daniel Abraham, winner of the International Horror Award for his short story "Flat Diane," has been published in many anthologies, including Gardner Dozois's "Year's Best Science Fiction." "A Betrayal in Winter" is the second novel in the Long Price Quartet. He lives in New Mexico.
""A Shadow in Summer" is a thoroughly engrossing debut novel from a major new fantasist. A poignant human tale of power, heartbreak, and betrayal." --George R.R. Martin ""A Shadow in Summer" is one of the most elegant and engaging fantasies I've read in years, based on an intriguing, original premise. I eagerly await the remaining volumes in Daniel Abraham's the Long Price Quartet." --Jacqueline Carey "From the opening lines, "A Shadow in Summer" carries us into an exotic, fantastic, yet utterly convincing world. Bravo! I look forward to the next book in the series." --Morgan Llywelyn "Reader, be warned: If you open Daniel Abraham's "A Shadow in Summer," he will lead you into a strange, seductive world of beatings and poets and betrayals, intrigues you do not fully understand and wars you cannot stop and places you are not sure you want to go. Intricate, elegant, and almost hypnotically told, this tale of gods held captive will hold you captive, too." --Connie Willis, Hugo Award-winning author of "To Say Nothing of the Dog"" ""In a world of bloated fantasy clones, Abraham's voice is fresh and startlingly new; not only is his worldbuilding original, but the characters who inhabit the universe he's created are both strange and fully human" --S. M. Sterling on "A Shadow in Summer"" ""In addition to the creation of an architecturally-perfect fantasy world filled with a fascinating, highly distinctive set of characters, Daniel Abraham has introduced into fantasy one brilliant, stunning new idea, a magic system in which the Word is made Flesh." --Walter Jon Williams on "A Shadow in Summer"