The Shamanic Detective
When Riga Hayworth’s lover is arrested, she’s determined to unearth the truth, no matter the cost. But life – and death – gets in the way.
All Riga wants is to clear the name of her almost-fiancée, Donovan Mosse. But a death faerie has other plans for her, and Riga is forced to protect a shaman with a house full of murderous relatives. The only way to stop this killer is to figure out who he, or she, is before the next strike. As the two cases become entangled, Riga must choose between facts and faith, and decide just how far she’s willing to go for love.
The Shamanic Detective is a paranormal mystery set in Lake Tahoe, and explores shamanism, the shadow, and the world of the fae.
About The Author
Kirsten Weiss worked overseas for nearly fourteen years, in the fringes of the former USSR and deep in the Afghan war zone. Her experiences abroad not only gave her glimpses into the darker side of human nature, but also sparked an interest in the effects of mysticism and mythology, and how both are woven into our daily lives.
Now based in San Mateo, CA, she writes the Riga Hayworth series of paranormal mysteries, blending her experiences and imagination to create a vivid world of magic and mayhem.
Kirsten has never met a dessert she didn’t like, and her guilty pleasures are watching True Blood and drinking good wine.
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Book 1: The Metaphysical Detective
Book 2: The Alchemical Detective
Book 3: The Shamanic Detective
Riga Hayworth medley, which includes:
* A wine aerator;
* Steampunk Tarot, by Barbara Moore;
* Deviant Moon Graveyard Dirt;
* Two prosperity scarves – one purple, one green;
* The Metaphysical Detective;
* The Alchemical Detective;
* The Shamanic Detective; and
* An orange tea candle.
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I haven’t read any yet, but will read anything because I love almost all types of books! This set seems very interesting! 🙂