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HOUSE OF LOST SOULS
When she is asked to Feng Shui the home of Harriet Lansing, a
recently murdered widow, Salome Waterhouse discovers more than
the usual bad Feng Shui—the neighborhood itself is awash in Feng
Shui misdemeanors. Not what one would imagine in such a posh part
of Kansas City, Missouri. At a dinner hosted by one of the neighbors,
renowned silversmith Amanda Spear, whose extraordinary tableware
can be found in the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Design, one
of Amanda’s intricately crafted carving knives ends up in the neck of a
guest and the quest for a killer escalates.
This book introduces fledgling Feng Shui practitioner Corey
Waterhouse, Salome’s 19 year-old niece, whom she is mentoring,
and begins a new branch of the Feng Shui mysteries.
Cunan M’Ban, The Society of Women.
When the disappearance of her anthropologist mother breaks-up
the family, 6 year-old Dana Scott vows to find her. In her late teens
and finally old enough to fulfill that vow, she sets out, leaving the
abusive family that has fostered her for ten years. Along the way, she
discovers clues to an underground society of powerful women, who,
for millennia, have devoted their lives to the Great Goddess and the
preservation of the natural world. The more Dana learns, the greater
the dangers she faces from age-old forces determined to suppress
the truth of the Goddess, a truth her mother was willing to die for.
From the Australian outback to the lush Virginia countryside, to
African forests and Scottish glens, and to Ireland’s ancient burial
mounds, Dana’s journey takes her deep into the mysteries of the
natural world, of women, and of the Goddess herself.
THE TALES OF ABALONIA
This children’s novella follows the adventures of Queen Pearl and her
aquatic friends as they struggle to improve the conditions of life in
the undersea Queendom of Abalonia. (Near completion, we’re now
considering homes for the book.)
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