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Prophecies and Penalties Chapter 40

It was all over but the healing. So Emily Fisher thought once Stephen Nash’s murderers were identified and killed. Nick and Nora Charles could have told her otherwise: “What do you think will happen to Mimi and Dorothy and Gilbert … Continue reading

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Chapter 39 of Prophecies and Penalties

The killers have been caught (and killed). Emily Fisher’s job is over. Oh, there’s the little problem that her servant Tanya thinks she’s subconsciously a demon worshiper. And her half-sister Stacia has regressed to childhood, most of the time, something … Continue reading

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Chapter 38 of Prophecies and Penalties a day early

Stephen Nash’s killers have been revealed, and they’re now dead. So all Emily has to do is relax, right? If you think “yes,” you’ve read too many mediocre detective novels. The consequences of Emily’s investigation are only beginning to be … Continue reading

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Chapter 37 of Prophecies and Penalties

The killer has finally been revealed. Now Emily Fisher finds herself in a life-and-death struggle. Too bad she’s tied up! But this is not a battle that will be won with fists, no. It will be waged over stranger terrain, … Continue reading

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Chapter 36 of Prophecies and Penalties

Free of Lavinia’s control, Emily Fisher has to come to terms with how to¬†use her gift while pursuing Stephen Nash’s murderers. Just when is it fair to influence people to say and do things they wouldn’t do otherwise? What is … Continue reading

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Chapter 35 of Prophecies and Penalties

Especially after her meeting with the injured Sonia and Stacia, Emily needs some downtime away from the Sacred Lands. To borrow a phrase, Emily is “Going off the reservation” in chapter 35 of¬†Prophecies and Penalties. But just as Native Americans … Continue reading

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Chapter 34 of Prophecies and Penalties

Alex Bancroft was supposed to be the Prophesied One. Everyone said so but him. Now he’s told Emily Fisher she’s the Prophesied One, and she’s no more happy about it than Alex was. Which adds a certain tension when Emily … Continue reading

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Chapter 33 of Prophecies and Penalties

The showdown on top of Sacred Mountain is over. Emily is herself again (or at least she thinks so). But what exactly happened up there and why? And what has happened to the others who were up there? Emily gets … Continue reading

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Chapter 32 of Prophecies and Penalties

Lavinia Priest constructed the plaza atop Sacred Mountain, the spiritual center of the Children of the New Revelation. Lavinia’s ghost controls Emily Fisher, her descendant, who is trying to uncover who has set the Children at odds with each other. … Continue reading

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Chapter 31 of Prophecies and Penalties, and an intriguing picture

Emily Fisher has been emotionally conditioned to submit to her ancestress, Lavinia Priest. Bad enough that Lavinia’s been dead over a century. Worse that she was, in Alex Bancroft’s words, “barking mad.” But what does she want? And how can … Continue reading

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