Book Title: How the Wicked Run (A Boston Clairvoyants Novel) by Annabelle Lewis
Category: Adult Fiction 18+, 283 pages
Genre: Contemporary Mystery, Thriller with Romance and Humor
Publisher: PePe Press
Release Date: Oct 2022
Format available for review: ebook (EPUB, Book Funnel download)
Tour dates: Nov 21 to Dec 5
Content Rating: PG13 +M: Lots of cursing, kidnapping, all sex off page, no gore
Destined for Love and Danger
Sidrah Keeling, well-intentioned Boston clairvoyant and stalwart protector of her newfound family of psychics, purchases a country respite hours away from her grand Boston home. Lazy Pond Farm, just outside the town of Macoun, Massachusetts is an enormous fixer-upper, but it perfectly serves her agenda of fostering romance and promoting healing. In that order.
But instead, the group encounters trouble. Fate, as usual, has her own plans.
Macoun—named after the apple—is infested with racists led by a man who harbors terrifying secrets.
Will Jenny, Max, Sidrah, Leon, and Bones—the fabulous five—have the power to change Macoun? Will they be able to rescue those who need saving?
And what about love?
As the fates do battle, so will the lives between the wicked and the good. A twisted thread. Who will break? In How the Wicked Run, romance, mystery, and adventure collide once more for this enchanting family of audacious clairvoyants.
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Annabelle Lewis is a pseudonym for the author who lives in Minneapolis with her husband, children, and a wild thug of a dog who sleeps beside her. A multi-genre writer and publisher of 10 novels to date, all her books have a theme—taking down the bad guy. In addition to fighting evil, The Boston Clairvoyants mystery/thrillers also contain a bit of romance and a mythological hierarchy. (And dog lovers will adore the books.)
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HOW THE WICKED RUN (A Boston Clairvoyants Novel) by Annabelle Lewis was a well-written book. I really liked Jenny, Max, Sidrah, Leon, and Bones, however, it was Sidrah Keeling that was my favorite with her desire to protect others.