Rituals (Digital Audiobook)

A Faye Longchamp Mystery (The Faye Longchamp Mysteries)

By Mary Anna Evans, Poisoned Pen Press, Cassandra Campbell (Narrator)

Publication Date: November 4, 2013

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (11/5/2013)
Paperback, Large Print (11/5/2013)
Hardcover (11/5/2013)
Compact Disc (11/5/2013)
Pre-Recorded Audio Player (11/5/2013)
Compact Disc (11/5/2013)
MP3 CD (11/5/2013)

Description

Faye Longchamp doesn't believe in ghosts. But she's an archaeologist-dead people are her life. While working in Rosebower, a rural New York town founded by spiritualists, Faye is surrounded by people who talk to the dead on a regular basis. When the most influential spiritualist in town, Tilda Armistead, invites Faye and her project assistant to commune with the dead, she can't say no. An hour later, her crystal ball shows Faye things no rational mind can explain. Tilda is dead. The evidence says that someone trapped Tilda in a small room, nailing its one door shut before setting her Victorian home on fire. There is no possible way for Tilda to have escaped the blaze, let alone drive for miles before finding Faye and dying in her arms. Yet Tilda did. How? And why? In this bizarre community, Faye finds herself surrounded by people who had reason to kill Tilda-her estranged daughter who may be the heir to the Armistead fortune; the daughter's husband, a stage magician with a long history of making things vanish; a rich developer with dreams of a ghostly Disneyland project in Rosebower, a project which Tilda fought with her considerable political clout; and the town's holistic doctor whose mysterious herbal potions are consumed by customers far and wide. As Faye watches the psychics and charlatans jockey for power, and sends a cry for help to her shrewd husband Joe, Tilda's sister, Myrna, is slowly dying. Will Rosebower reveal its secrets to Faye before more goes up in flames?



About the Author

Mary Anna Evans, award-winning author of the Faye Longchamp mysteries, has degrees in physics and engineering, but her heart is in the past. Her books have found an unexpected home in schools, and when she’s not writing novels, she works with elementary teachers to develop ways to use popular fiction to teach math, science, and history.