Life remains a contrast of contemporary northern California and old-world Louisiana Creole traditions for Sarah. She is a trained family therapist with volatile relationships. Her background of science and logic is defiled by persistent visions into the future. And while it is Creole tradition for a woman to marry, Sarah has had many loves but no husband.
In Secrets, Spells and Snake Eyes, Sarah's second journey, she learns to handle her mystical second sight and prepares to fall in love-again. We laugh and feel a bit tipsy from all of the action and the Sunday martini brunches with her girlfriends.
Laissez les bon temp rouler, mon cher!
|Publisher:||Pushed Times Publishing|
About the Author
Working with writing coaches and editors, I began a series of murder mysteries that connect northern California to the colorful Louisiana Creole culture.
I am a San Francisco Bay Area native with Louisiana Creole roots. In our quiet Berkeley neighborhood, my parents often hosted gumbo Sundays seasoned with hushed stories of relatives who spoke to the dead and had cast more than a spell or two. Those "secrets" fueled the voice of mystery and humor within me.