The Parting Glass by Katherine Lampe
(Caitlin Ross) (Volume 4)

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Caitlin Ross is content with her life as the owner of a metaphysical shop in Boulder, Colorado. And although she doesn’t advertise her arcane abilities as a witch, she isn’t averse to applying them in good cause. When a Lakota medicine man with a drinking problem begs for Caitlin’s help, she has reason enough to get involved. But before she can do anything, he vanishes, leaving Caitlin with nothing but questions. Soon after, a stranger from Scotland appears on Caitlin’s doorstep, seeking news of the missing shaman. His insistence and his refusal to share any information about his purpose rouse Caitlin’s suspicions: is this Timber MacDuff what he seems? Or does he represent the very dark power the absent shaman was trying to avoid? For anyone who has wanted to hear the story of Caitlin and Timber’s first encounter, this is the book you’ve been waiting for. "A Masterpiece!" --Keri Dudas

About Katherine Lampe

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Katherine Lampe is an author and musician based in Paonia, Colorado, home of fruit and coal. She learned to read from mythology texts, and has wanted to write fantasy since reading The Hobbit in second grade. With an English teacher for a mother and a Historian and Minister for a father, she has always been fascinated with comparative religions and non-standard systems of thought; her father once threw her out of Sunday School class for challenging the accepted interpretation of the Expulsion from Eden. For fifteen years, she was the host and producer of the Celtic music radio show, "Whiskey in the Jar," on KVNF-FM in Paonia. A professional Tarot reader and Iconoclast, she specializes in urban fantasy with a Contemporary Pagan slant.
Published March 24, 2013 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 276 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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