Eliza Lainn’s Books

The Apparition Investigation Series

If ghosts haunt humans…then what haunt ghosts?


After moving into their new apartment, best friends Stella and Bronte quickly learn it’s haunted.  But Cyril and Oliver, their resident ghosts, are polite and charming, rather than creepy and vengeful.  And with their newly-discovered perceptions, the group decide to do the only thing left to do when you suddenly discover you can see ghosts: hunt the bad ones.


Their epic cases will take them from haunted hotels to ghost-riddled ships, from graveyards to school yards, as they battle bitter spirits and wicked psychics.  And through it all, the team of Apparition Investigations will discover just how far some people are willing to go in order to cheat death.


If you like Meg Cabot’s Mediator series, Cassandra Clare’s Shadowhunters, and Libba Bray’s Diviners, you won’t be able to put down this breathtakingly addictive series.

The Einherjar Games Series

Create a Mantle.  Battle the other players.  The last person standing wins entry to Eden…all others cease to exist.


Agnes Sinclair never had a reason to play in the Einherjar Game before.  Not with its fatal stakes.  The winner might gain entry to Eden, but all others suffer a fate worse than death: their souls fade to nothing.


Then she looked in on her little sister.


The only way to save her is to win the Game.  But to do that, she’ll need a Mantle, one composed of the myths and legends trapped in Fólkvangr.  Just when all hope seems lost, Arthur Pendragon offers one too enticing to refuse: The Twelve Knights of the Round Table.  He wants them out of Fólkvangr, and she needs their strength to save her sister.


But it won’t be easy.  The other players are determined to win; Valor City—even on a good day—is no place for the weak; and Valen Augustus, the Board Chairman of the Game, has his own agenda.  An entire city is poised against them…


May the best player win.


If you enjoy Suzanne Collins, Victoria Schwab, and Annette Marie, you won’t be able to put down this action-packed, swoon-worthy, insanely-addictive series steeped in Norse myth and Arthurian lore.