Wendy's Newest Book - High Priestess

Detective Constable Raven Bowen's life seems to be falling apart around her. Her Wiccan mother, Ena Bowen, has recently passed to spirit and even though Raven hasn't seen or spoken to her in twelve years, she feels the loss. Then there's her relationship with her lesbian lover, Riley Gallagher, which ended rather abruptly and Raven only has herself to blame. When the body of a young woman is discovered with the spring thaw, Raven takes on a new case and isn't impressed when her sergeant assigns a rookie to investigate it with her. If all of that wasn't enough, Raven's mother starts speaking to her from beyond the grave. She only has one question for her mother ... "How the heck do I get you out of my head." The answer comes swiftly and shocks Raven to her core. "Find my killer."

About the Author

Wendy writes mainly crime fiction with a hint of romance featuring strong female protagonists. She brings a vast array of life experience to her pages having held jobs on cruise ships in the Caribbean, addiction counsellor at a private addictions treatment centre, and years of experience in the security field. She enjoys learning and holds diplomas in creative writing, forensic sciences, and law & security, to name a few. When Wendy’s not writing, you’ll find her engrossed in the pages of a good book, out riding her bike, or spending quality time with her family. She aspires to empower and inspire women as well as foster their healing with her novels.

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