Blood Moon by M. R. Sellars
A Rowan Gant Investigation (Rowan Gant Investigations, Book 9)

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Hell has a way of changing a person; I'm proof of that, because I've spent the last several years there-figuratively, of course-although I sometimes wonder if there really is any difference. Am I living proof? Well, that remains to be seen. I'm alive, yes, but I'm not sure I'm what you would call living. My name is Rowan Gant, and I'm a Witch. Unfortunately, I'm not just your average, run-of-the-mill Witch. I'm afflicted with a horrible curse-I can hear the voices of the dead. Murder victims for the most part... The more heinous their deaths, the louder they scream inside my head, and that's my E-ticket ride on the proverbial "lake of fire." Trust me, skip it and go for the roller coaster. The voices in my head are also why I used to have a love-hate relationship with the police. Most of them thought I was certifiable, and to be honest, I'm not so sure they were wrong. A few were more open-minded about my ability. Even so, love me or hate me, they all agreed on one thing-I cleared cases for them. But, that was then... I'm retired now, and I'm putting all of that behind me. They say the candle that burns twice as bright burns half as long... If that's true, I must have burned like a blowtorch, because I've got nothing left to give; not even a spark. I just want to go back to normal. I want to return to the days before the spirits of the dead started using me as a marionette in the world of the living. So, like I said, I'm retired now, or that's what I keep telling myself, anyway. You see, there's a little snag in my new life plans-apparently the dead won't accept my resignation...

About M. R. Sellars

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Louise Bohmer has over eight years experience in editing and publishing. She edits for Permuted Press and has edited for many publishers and authors in a variety of genres including general interest, romance, erotica, mystery, horror, and speculative. Her writing experience extends across fiction, ghost writing, ad copy, web content, SEO copy, and press releases. Her latest releases are The Black Act: Witch Twins Saga and the Anti-Heroes serial written with K.H. Koehler (Anti-Heroes Press) and you can read her short fiction in Detritus (Omnium Gatherum), The Red Penny Papers, and Old School. She offers freelance services in editing, book cover design, ghost writing, and ebook as well as print formatting. She loves to hear from her readers via email and reviews. Contact her at Her home base is New Brunswick, Canada, where she lives with a tattooed giant. For more information on her books, visit: or A member of the ITW (International Thriller Writers), M. R. Sellars is a relatively unassuming homebody who considers himself just a "guy with a lot of nightmares and a word processing program." His first full-length novel, Harm None, hit bookstore shelves in 2000 and he hasn't stopped writing since. In addition to the award-winning Rowan Gant Investigations series, his catalog of fiction includes the Special Agent Constance Mandalay novels and numerous anthology shorts. Sellars currently resides in the Midwest with his wife, daughter, Vicki the Wonder Dog, and a trio of rescued male felines that he describes as, "the competition." At home, when not writing or taking care of the household, he indulges his passions for cooking and chasing his wife around the house. She promises that one day she will allow him to catch her. M. R. Sellars can be found on the web at: And on major social networking venues: or
Published April 29, 2009 by WillowTree Press / E. M. A. Mysteries. 308 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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