No rest for the Wiccan.
Who is murdering babies in the Baltimore/D.C. area? For Zoë Delante, police clairvoyant, things gets personal when her one-year-old niece ends up missing. Someone is using magick to control and kidnap people, and they keep finding strange scales at all the crime scenes. Armed with stronger magick and new allies, everyone's favorite Wiccan races to unravel this mystery. But will it be enough?
WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fall 2016 -- Best Paranormal Suspense
One year has passed since Zoë Delante's last big case, and everyone's favorite Wiccan has managed to carve a normal-ish life for herself and her boyfriends, Jacob and Daniel. Then she gets the call that someone has discarded dead babies like empty soda cans off I-295 in the Baltimore/D.C. area, leaving strange scales all over the crime scenes. Another serial killer?
Zoë dives into the case when her one-year-old niece comes up missing, and she discovers that the guy running the Church of Holy Light knows magick and lies about it. Is he the one behind the mind control? Did he send the guys to drop magick all over her sister's house?
And what the hell is up with her magick?
The visions are getting stronger, and weirder, and Zoë can't remember the last time she slept. No matter. She has bad guys to catch and innocents to save. She'll sleep when she's dead....
...Or when the killer is.
EVOLVED PUBLISHING PRESENTS a suspenseful, thrilling glance inside one woman's extraordinary connection to the elements around her, in the second of the action-packed, paranormal "Zoë Delante Thrillers" series.
- Book 1 - Whispers of the Dead
- Book 2 - Whispers of the Serpent
- Book 3 - Whispers of the Sidhe
More Great Thrillers from Evolved Publishing:
- Broometime Serenade and Intrigue at Sandy Point by Barry Metcalf
- Red on the Run by K.M. Hodge
- Forgive Me, Alex by Lane Diamond
- Shatter Point by Jeff Altabef
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About the Author
SENIOR EDITOR: Lane Diamond has over 160 published books to his editing credit, including many multiple award-winners, across many genres and styles.
EDITOR: For me, editing is taking something I already love and helping it grow. I appreciate thick skin and an open mind. In writing, often both are necessary for success. After all, writing is rewriting.