Aviere Mye has two choices. Join the Renegades, or die before clearing her name.
Murder is serious business, and Aviere Mye is a top notch professional. Her work as a poisoner and apothecarian earned her a place in Charm City's crime syndicate, and she's looking forward to her retirement.
Except retiring isn't so simple for this feline shifter.
After her boss is murdered using one of her trademark poisons, it sets the authorities on her trail. The hitmen aren't far behind them. Before she escapes, she's taken hostage by a group of supernatural assassins, who give her a magical hitman for her protection.
Armed with her genius intellect and shifter abilities, her brothers, her trigger-happy partner Travis, and his hacker-for-hire Peters, Mye sets out to apprehend the culprit and clear her name with the syndicate. She has seven days to complete her assignment before her tracking bracelet explodes.
But there's another problem.
Travis and Peters might kill her first.
Belladonna's Mark is the first book in the Poisoner of Charm City series. This urban fantasy/supernatural suspense novel is perfect for fans who like Jim Butcher and Seanan McGuire.
**PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED AS TURBULENCE BY E.M. WHITTAKER
The Poisoner of Charm City Series
Book One: Belladonna's Mark
Book Two: Belladonna's Curse (September 2018)
Book Three: Belladonna's Wrath (January 2019)
Book Four: Belladonna's Promise (May 2019)
Book Five: Belladonna's Reign (September 2019)
About the Author
E.M. began writing when she turned 13 with fanfiction, but considered fictional writing after creating original characters and back stories within fandom universes. After extensive encouragement and building up her fanbase, E.M. plunged into original writing in 2012, specializing in paranormal mystery, urban fantasy, and psychological thrillers.
She learned about the writing and publishing world while working at Borders Bookstores from 2008-2011, participating in running various book signings with indie authors, connecting with others and reading vast material to find her calling. After Borders shut down, she worked at Amazon in their Print on Demand (or Make on Demand) department, where E.M. learned about the expectations for self-publishing with CreateSpace and their software. After a year of working in this department, E.M. left the corporate world to pursue her dream of writing.
Readers can find bloopers, pictures and the latest news about E.M.'s projects at http://www.emwhittaker.com.