She Moved Through the Fair

She Moved Through the Fair

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Autumn brings a new music festival to Gordarosa, Colorado, and Caitlin Ross's band is playing! Hoping to get through the event with a minimum of arguing over set lists and placement, Caitlin soon discovers more trials await her than the usual hassles of the music business. On the first night, she stumbles across the body of one of the festival's promoters. What seems a natural death at first glance proves murder when Caitlin detects the residue of magic around the corpse. With no authority to believe her, it falls to Caitlin, the only witch in town, to trace the spell to its source and bring the perpetrator to justice. The task appears straightforward, but murder is only the festival's first calamity, and it's not alone in having magical origins. A fairy amulet has unleashed the forces of chaos, and the resulting fights and riots put a hitch in Caitlin's investigation. When she discovers the amulet belonged to the original victim, she suspects she's found the motive for the crime. If she can find the amulet first, she can set a trap to reveal the murderer. To do so, however, she must wield a power unlike anything she's ever dreamt of. The cost is her sanity, and possibly her life.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 127 x 203.2 x 16.51mm | 381.02g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514809346
  • 9781514809341

About Katherine Lampe

In addition to being an Iconoclast and unrepentant Geek, Katherine Lampe is a sometime musician, DJ, and author of the Paranormal Caitlin Ross series, which details the adventures of a witch in rural Colorado and beyond. She studied at the University of Michigan with Ken Mikolowski, and at Naropa University with Allen Ginsberg and William S. Burroughs. Her fiction has won the Detroit News Gold Key for short story and the Boulder Daily camera award for horror, and she is a book reviewer for Witches and Pagans magazine. The daughter of an English teacher and a self-professed heretic masquerading as a Presbyterian minister, she is interested in the individual's relationship with the divine. Her work explores the interaction of the supernatural and the mundane in the lives of real people. Katherine loves Celtic music and Delta Blues, Indian food, and single malt whisky, and she's a fantastic cook.
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