Dead Sleeping Shaman – An Emily Kincaid Mystery
"Readers will find the same strong sense of place and great characters that are hallmarks of Sarah Graves and Philip Craig." - Library Journal
While an the end of the world revivalist group shakes up Leetsville, Michigan, Emily Kincaid is deep in the Northern Michigan woods researching her latest story for the local paper. Her walk gets cut short when she comes upon an eerily motionless woman propped against a tree...
As the last day draws near, Emily races to solve this mystical puzzle and expose the killer. An old ghost town, a forgotten grave, and closely guarded family secrets may hold all the answers.
About Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli (Traverse City, Michigan Author)
Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli lives in northern Michigan, back in the woods, on a little lake with the bears and raccoons, two pet skunks, a family of fox, and a murder of crows. She writes about her part of Michigan because she's found it mysterious, unexplainable, and vastly interesting. She teaches in the continuing education division at Northwest Michigan College in Traverse City. Her novel, A Curious Murder, first in a new series from Crooked Tree Press, is featured in the January 2017 issue of Writers' Digest as a notable mystery, along with such writers as Agatha Christie, Rex Stout, Louise Penny, and others.
Second in the new Little Library Series: She Stopped for Death will be out in January 2017.