#Spotlight on The Metaphysical Detective by Kirsten Weiss #Paranormal #womensfiction @GoddessFish

The Metaphysical Detective by Kirsten Weiss released in 2011 in the Paranormal, Women’s Fiction genre.

Midlife Magic and Murder… and a Dog Named Dog.

When Riga Hayworth finds her new client dead, she smells a setup of metaphysical proportions. Now, to find a killer, Riga must travel from San Francisco to the underworld of Greek mythology… and make it back alive.

Donovan, Vinnie, Pen and Brigitte – the story that started it all. The Metaphysical Detective is the prequel to the Riga Hayworth series. If you like Gen-X, no-nonsense heroines and supernatural with your mystery, you’ll love The Metaphysical Detective.

Buy this quirky paranormal women’s fiction and explore the magical world of Riga Hayworth today!

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Metaphysical-Detective-Hayworth-Mystery-Paranormal-ebook/dp/B005ZHBD3G

Apple Books: https://apple.co/38RSK2l

Nook: https://bit.ly/2OloO5b

Google Play: http://bit.ly/3piMloj

Kobo: https://bit.ly/3gTtziC

She studied the paper heart for a long moment, then took it into her study and stuck it with a magnet to the whiteboard there, beside the others. The hearts formed two rows, lined up in order received:

Bee mine

I love U

U R sweet

Let’s kiss

My love

I adore u

When the first heart had arrived, she’d shrugged it off. At the second’s arrival, Riga had been irritated enough to dust for prints. 

There weren’t any. 

By the fourth, she’d rigged a discreet camera to watch her door. But when she reviewed the tape, all she saw was an empty doormat, followed by a quick blip of electrical snow, and in the next shot the valentine was there. 

Next, she’d placed a camera against the peep hole in her door. The view from the fisheye didn’t reach the doormat, but it would capture anyone who came near. Valentine number five arrived, and there was nothing on the tape – not even a blip of white noise. 

She couldn’t magically ward the hall, because her neighbor used it too. Magic couldn’t solve everything – not that she hadn’t tried. Her attempts to use the valentines to magically reveal her stalker had failed. It was as if he didn’t exist.

The construction paper was a common brand. Schoolchildren used it. She’d called in a favor and had the ink analyzed. It was from a normal felt-tip pen. There was only one anomaly. The smudges of dirt on each valentine came from a local park.

It was driving her batty.

AUTHOR Bio and Links:

Kirsten Weiss conjures up action-packed witch mysteries based on contemporary and historical magical practices. Her witchy heroines aren’t perfect (and neither are their familiars), but they’re smart, they struggle, and they succeed. 

Kirsten writes in a house high on a hill in the Colorado woods and occasionally ventures out for wine and chocolate. She is best known for her Doyle Witch and Riga Hayworth paranormal mystery books. Are you ready to be enchanted? Just turn the page and… voila!

Author links:

Website: https://kirstenweiss.com

Newsletter: https://kirstenweiss.com/get-the-book

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/stores/Kirsten-Weiss/author/B007EG2ZD8

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kirsten.weiss

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kirstenweissauthor/


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