Detective Joe Cabrera used to have a pretty good life before he found out about the lalassu, but since then he’s been struggling. Still, he has his purpose: make sure the bad guys stay behind bars, particularly Andre Dalhard.
Expert thief and master of disguise, Cali, grew up on the streets until Andre Dalhard rescued her. Now she’s determined to rescue him from prison but the more she digs, the more she discovers things aren’t exactly what she thought they were.
Together the two of them will have to dig deep if they want to find the truth. But their efforts threaten to uncover something even more dangerous that could destroy both friend and foe.
Welcome to Past the Mirror, where we step through the looking glass into all the weird and wonderful realms that lay just out of our everyday sight. Come with me to enjoy ghosts, demons, shapeshifters, mediums and at least one or two superheroes.
If you’d like to poke around, there’s plenty to keep your interest.
Writing Update and Blog: weekly updates on my writing and my life, quote cards, and posts on publishing, writing, characters, inspiration and whatever else I can think of. This year, I have two regular monthly features: Heroine Fix on the wonderful fictional ladies who inspired and influenced me and Ink Tips on the publishing process.
Upcoming Projects: This is where you can get details on what I’m currently working on.
About Me is your one stop shop to find out all the information you might ever want to know about me that I’m willing to share.
Each book page includes excerpts, reviews and my feature, Under the Covers, which shares behind-the-scenes information about my research and inspiration, favorite quotes and scenes on a chapter by chapter basis. Look for the mirror and step through to the other side. Warning, definitely contains spoilers!
You can contact me at email@example.com. I always love getting feedback.
I hope you’ll enjoy your trip through the mirror with me and that you’ll keep coming back for more.
We don’t create a fantasy world to escape reality. We create it to be able to stay. – Lynda Barry