The Temple Tree & Tower Novels


“Extremely well-written, imaginative, emotionally gripping, and featuring a compelling ending, Traver once again delivers a suspenseful, imaginative and well-told fantasy adventure.”

~Huffington Post


In RED WITCH, travel to a world where there are portals in the sky, where heartbreak and love inspire magic, where the normal world is just a stage to another, older world of Gods and other monstrosities for those who earn the keys. As immersive as it is genuine, RED WITCH takes its proper place among stories of Dark Fantasy with its compelling and unhinged imagination.

     ~John Palisano, Bram Stoker Award® winning author of NERVES

Graves’ End is: “A brand of high fantasy, minus the usual fairies and elves, but plus spirits, animated skeletons, bug people and an Aztec God of the Dead … Beyond humor it’s got a touch of horror, a good sense of mystery, definite thriller vibes, and a ton of action.




A noir detective crossed with the best kind of urban fantasy. [Graves’ End] walks a fantastic line between urban fantasy and just plain dark fantasy (almost horror). It’s clever and fun, and I hope to see more of Dexter Graves in the future.

 ~Peter Clines, author of Paradox Bound, 14, and Ex-Heroes

The fantasy world here feels alive and breathing, fully formed and beautifully fleshed out. … Graves’ End was a way fun read. It moves well, it’s constantly hitting all the right notes of fantastical and mysterious discovery, but it’s light-hearted and often really funny.

             ~Phil Hornshaw, co-author of So You Created A Wormhole: The Time Traveler’s Guide To Time Travel


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in chronological order:

Sugar Skulls (short story)

Red Witch


Graves’ End