Siren’s Call is now available through Book View Cafe!
AND! I managed to get the print version finished early, so it’s available as a paperback.
This is the novel that kept me up one night, late in 2009, saying, “You must write me now. Oh, and by the way, you also need to move to New Orleans to do research. Just saying.”
By October of 2010, I’d packed up my things, rented my condo, and moved to New Orleans for six months.
Here’s the blurb:
Kai never met Mama. But based on her own abilities, and those who call her kin, she knows Mama wasn’t human.
Kai finds things. In post-Katrina New Orleans, everyone’s lost something, though most can’t afford to pay.
Kai’s latest client, a siren, hires Kai to find her sister. Sirens need both men and water, and can call them.
The kidnapped sister is being held on dry ground…
…while another storm brews off the coast of New Orleans.