A parish priest is found murdered in a small community church in Wyoming, a victim of a cleverly-staged home invasion. The event, while disturbing, is not sensationalistic enough to last in local newspapers longer than a day. A few hours later, further upstate on a shabby dude ranch that’s in financial trouble, a guest is found dead in his cabin. The ranch owners take everything the guest had that could be of value, before calling the sheriff. When the death is ruled to be natural causes, and no one steps forward to claim the body, the case all but fades into obscurity.
Two years later, the FBI is frantically searching for Carter and Stella, because the bizarre and tabloid-worthy events that had been happening these past two years, have reached a boiling point.
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This is Book 7 of my Peacetaker Series and it’s been great fun writing the series and refining its characters. I never know where the serial story is going to take me and enjoy the ride as much as my readers.
Recently, a critic for San Francisco Review, reviewed my latest release, The Children of Abydos.
He concluded the review by stating that, “Edita is a significant voice in today’s literary scene, likely one of the finest suspense/thriller/paranormal writers to be encountered. Well-defined interesting characters populate this engrossing novel and the significance of the Prologue continues to unfold through to book’s end. Highly Recommended. ”
It’s about the highest compliment that anyone who has read and reviewed my works, has ever paid me. I’m still in a state of shock.