Conjuror. As close as I will ever come to writing an autobiography.
This one was easy to write. I remembered how I saw life as a child, listening to stories my grandfather told and believing every word. I let Wren speak for me and see the world as I saw it, full of magic and wonder. So far, no complaints from people who recognized themselves, even though I changed the names and did my best to disguise their identity.
John McLeymore lives among people not his own, with secrets he doesn't want to know. Loving the granddaughter of an old man who holds the key, forces him to make unbearable choices and commit unspeakable deeds that will change everything he believes.
One five star review said: "The book has been very good and this last quarter has been nothing short of Fantastic. I couldn't put it down. I read for two hours trapped in the Spirit World of serpents, Spirit Walkers and all kinds of good and evil, led there to the edge by a little girls dreams. I'll never look at the fog or mist in the same way again."
New York Times best selling author, Steve Berry says: A monster serpent, amulets of power, secret societies, ancient legends —— the perfect recipe for tension and turmoil that adds up to high-stakes entertainment. Conjurer. Just the title itself is enticing, but the entire story resonates with spirit, blending myth with reality, tragedy with triumph. A banquet of adventure.”