When Renee discovers that her neighbor, Dr. Dawson, has bags of his dead daughter's frozen blood stored in his basement, she decides it's up to her to uncover the doctor's mysterious past. What she learns, however, is not what she expects. Now she and her friend Sam Miller are on the run, hiding from scientists who want to use what the two teenagers know to change human life forever.
Lois Brown received her bachelor's degree in journalism and worked as a news correspondent in Washington, D.C. She later completed a Master's degree in communications and started her own freelance business.
She has written nearly fifty articles and books, many of which are about nutrition and the use of natural food supplements. She worked as the chief editor to former New York Times best-selling author Dr. Neil Solomon, and she co-wrote a book on time management with former Miss America Sharlene Wells Hawkes. "Cycles" was her first first dip into the world of fiction. It was a top five finalist of The Kindle Book Review’s “Best Indie Books for Young Adults of 2012.” In the last few years, Lois has appeared on television shows such as “Myth Hunters: The Curse of Montezuma’s Gold” and “American Unearthed” discussing myths and legends from the southwest of the United States. Her romantic suspense novel "Robbed of Soul" is based on some of those legends.
AFTER A FAMILY member is accused of murder, police officer Maria Branson must overcome her skepticism of the unseen world and delve into ancient, mystical practices believed to heal the human psyche. Is what she learns enough to stop a killer from striking again—this time closer to home?
For fans of police procedurals and paranormal mysteries, this novella throws the reader into the American Southwest where modern-day logic comes face-to-face with Shamanism. It is the beginning to a small-town, historical, legend-based mystery series guaranteed to thrill and entertain readers.