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.
Once a Washington, D.C., news reporter, Lois Brown now writes urban fantasies and mysteries. She received a bachelor’s in journalism, a master’s degree in communications, and is a self-appointed mythologist. She has appeared on several television shows, including “America Unearthed,” recounting the legends of Montezuma’s treasure.