Book Two STillwaters Run Deep Series: Vancouver’s Spirits
Vancouver’s mayor is found brutally slain in Stanley Park by Pauline Johnson's monument. His family is missing.
With no clues to either, an enigmatic old native, claiming to be a shaman, shows up swearing he knows the answers. Plays tag-your-it and disappears without a trace.
After a night of drunkenness a reporter wakes up in a part of town he’s never visited and begins investigating why he's having strange nightmares of a life not his.
Which begs him to question the validity of the urban myth, when you get drunk enough you don't remember anything you did? Could it be possible there's a place where spirits might take over to have a little fun on their own?
A slain Hell’s Angel returns from the dead seeking vengeance and he ain’t happy.
An ancient witch/succubus has been set free from her imprisonment and will stop at nothing to return to our realm. She never was happy.
The streets of Vancouver threaten to explode in gang war.
And for cavalry to the rescue, a boatload of ancient gods arrives. Only they've been out of action for over two hundred years and haven't quite grasped the concept of modern civilization.
So begins Carol Ainsworth’s first day on the job as a detective.
A murder mystery set in a jail where mysticism, foul play, ancient sciences, beliefs, and creatures intertwine. Toss in a mad shaman and spiritual creature that shouldn't exist, but needs a human to seek justice and you've got a wild night in the jail.More info →
|What if a native prince is trapped inside the Golden Spruce tree on Haida Gwaii. It's cut down, releasing the prince and the reason he's trapped inside, Raven. Raven wakes up, looks at the world it is today and didn't like it one bit.
How do you stop a God from changing the world? Especially when he's captured the woman Brook is in love with. You hire a Shaman, whackier than a hockey player's slap shot and nuttier than a squirrel's winter stash. "I'll get my lady back. we'll live happily ever after," Brook banged his head several times.