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Are you in the deep freeze like most of us in the US Midwest? Grab a hot toddy and cozy up with a little woo-woo and a "murderless" mystery...

                   The Mae Martin psychic mystery series

No murder, just mystery.

          This unique series blends multiple genres. The Outlaw Women, the free short story that’s a prequel the series, is a mystical paranormal tale. The Calling has been reviewed as realistic fiction with paranormal elements. It’s a mystery in the sense of finding out secrets, centering around Mae’s challenges in her family, town and friendships as she discovers and explores her psychic gift. In Shaman’s Blues—which earned a B.R.A.G. Medallion—Mae tries to locate missing people in Santa Fe, New Mexico, and to understand a puzzling death in the past. The real mystery in this book is a person, a man with layers of hidden truths. Snake Face, released Nov. 1, blends paranormal, mystery, romance, and suspense.

Snake Face
The third Mae Martin Psychic Mystery

Trying to revive his career, singer Jamie Ellerbee is on his first tour. Mae Martin is venturing into her first relationship since her divorce. Bad judgment and worse luck force Jamie to ask for Mae’s psychic aid. His unrequited love for her makes it an awkward request, but she can’t refuse to help a friend. The more she looks into the problem, the more frightening it becomes and the wider its web expands—not only into Jamie’s past, but also a bad-boy celebrity’s private life, and even her new boyfriend’s history.

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Amber Foxx writes the mystery series featuring healer and psychic Mae Martin. Amber’s professional training and academic studies in various fields of complementary and alternative medicine, as well as her personal experience and travels, bring authenticity to her work. She has worked professionally in theater and dance, fitness, and academia. In her free time she enjoys music, dancing, art, running and yoga. She divides her time between the southeast and the southwest, but Truth or Consequences, New Mexico is home.

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