When seeing dead people is more than a movie tagline.
Circe Latham’s secret has always set her apart from everyone, but these days she uses it to bring home those whose lives are stolen too soon. Alongside her search dog, Zelda, she is able to make a difference, and the chance to work a case with Deputy Sheriff Diana Erni is an exciting challenge. Until the case takes a deadly turn and her own life hangs in the balance. In order to save herself, Circe must do the one thing she swore never to do again: share her secret. Will her trust in Diana be strong enough to save her life or will she too fall victim to a killer?
Excerpt from Necromantia
No question about it. He was glad to be home. All the years away gave him a new perspective on the place where he was born. When he left, all he could think about was getting as far away as possible and leaving painful memories and those who had hurt him behind. Most important of all, he wanted to find somewhere more exciting to live his life with no history and no one watching his every move. Freedom was a drug he couldn’t get enough of. For a while the cities were glorious. New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and most fun of all, New Orleans. For a brief period, the resentment and rage that had sent him on his quest receded. Only for a while, though, and then it would ease back in like a cat slinking into the house after a night of roaming. Restlessness and discontent shadowed him no matter where he went. But it finally hit him. Home beckoned, and only at home would he discover the inner peace he sought. Dorothy was right when she said there was no place like home.
So here he was, and peace was already beginning to settle in. The tricks he’d picked up in his years on the road helped him now. The time away had made him wiser and better equipped to deal with those around him who criticized his every move. Best, he was able to begin the work needed to create his masterpiece. All that came before was much like going away to school. With every step and every move, he’d learned and tucked each bit of knowledge away. Now he was a graduate and ready to put his education to good use… continue reading excerpt.