by Thomas Perry
Mysterious Galaxy Book Review
“The new Thomas Perry book finds our heroine, Jane Whitefield, a Seneca woman who helps people disappear, caught in a world of trouble. POISON FLOWER begins with Jane helping wrongly convicted prisoner James Shelby escape from custody at the criminal court building in downtown Los Angeles. He has been imprisoned for murdering his runaway wife. He does escape, but crooks posing as cops who are working for the real killer are in pursuit. Jane and James are on the run, and are soon joined by a woman hiding from an abusive ex-husband. I won’t give away more of the plot except to say it involves kidnapping, torture, cross-country pursuits, and revenge.
Unrelenting suspense, a skillful and passionate warrior woman, and a nerve-racking climax make POISON FLOWER a must read.”- LNT
Mysterious Press, $24.00
Mysterious Galaxy Books
LIVING LIFE WITH NO REGRETS: YOUR GUIDE TO LASTING HAPPINESS
by Ed Feyereisen, Ph.D.
LIVING LIFE WITH NO REGRETS reveals how we all have the choice to experience more happiness on a daily basis, despite trying times. It offers insight and simple, proven techniques to achieve an inner shift that enables people to reduce stress and achieve important goals in both business and personal life.
Five Star Publications
ANIMAL VOICES TELPATHIC COMMUNICATION IN THE WEB OF LIFE
by Dawn Baumann Brunke
$16.00 (CAN $21.95) pb
288 pages 6×9
35 b&w photographs
Our earliest ancestors had an ongoing shamanic dialogue with the animal kingdom, but this ability has been lost to most of the modern world. Brunke provides the techniques to reopen these connections. The main contributors to this book are actual animals who reveal themselves to be sentient beings with their own thoughts, emotions, and spiritual reasons for being on the planet.
Inner Traditions Bear & Company
FANTASMAS SUPERNATURAL STORIES BY MEXICAN AMERICAN WRITERS
edited by Rob Johnson
CUENTOS DE FANTASMA are a popular form of Mexican literature combining fantasy, folktales, and pulp fiction. FANTASMAS is the first collection of such stories written by Mexican American writers, including Kathleen Alcala, David Rice, Carmen Tafolla, Stephen Gutierrez, Elva Trevino Hart, and others. In her introduction, Kathleen Alcala distinguishes these stories from those by Latin American magical realists.
208 pp paper $15.00 ISBN978-1-931010-02-3
Bilingual Review Press