A few days before Valentine’s, Dale finds herself investigating a possible stalking case on her own while Ari is on a stakeout. (set after Dogs of War)
Ariadne Willow is a private investigator with a secret weapon. She’s a canidae, a person with the ability to transform into a wolf at will. Using her heightened senses to track and her shapeshifting to follow people without being seen, she’s made a decent business for herself and her associate Dale Frye. When one of …View full post
Everyone in Seattle knows the name Melody Louise Scott. The little blonde girl with a mischievous grin disappeared three days ago, and every night since her photo has appeared on the news with pleas for any information that leads to her being found safe. Not everyone knows the name Jenna Morris who was just …View full post
Seattle is under siege. An ancient ceremony known as “wolf manoth,” in which human hunters kill as many canidae as possible, has been revived. The hunters have arrived in force, focusing on the Pacific Northwest due to its high wolf population. Ariadne Willow, alerted to the danger by her mother, goes undercover with a group …View full post
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(originally appeared in the “Of Hexes and Hauntings” anthology from Witty Bard Publishing)
Set after Dogs of War, so beware spoilers!
Summary: Ari has always been concerned about someone seeing her transform, but she discovers there can be bigger problems from an unexpected shift. Finding herself trapped in a sticky situation, she and Dale have to rely on the help of a newfound ally… who happens to be an old girlfriend.
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Three years after the events of Wolf at the Door and the short story “Marking Territory”, Johanna Brion and Agatha Westreich are still seeking out the last remaining disciples of Simon Lehner. Their search brings them to the town of Ayrs, where a council has come up with a potential way to bring peace to both human and canidae once and for all.
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(set after Wolf at the Door)
Johanna Brion and Agatha Westreich are pursued by hunters and canidae alike as they search for remnants of Simon’s group. They stop in a small town peopled by criminals to wait out a rainstorm and meet a potential new ally in their cause.
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Years after the war between humans and canidae, and after years of traveling eastern Europe in pursuit of monsters, Johanna Brion and Agatha Westreich have finally settled down to a quiet, normal life.
Author’s note: This may be the final Johanna and Agatha story chronologically. There is still a chance I could go back and cover some of their monster-hunting or their first days on the road. I’m not closing the book on them entirely. But this story was requested by a very dear friend of mine, and I couldn’t resist exploring how these two ended up.
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Summary: Werewolves are being flushed out of England by the hundreds due to wolf manoth, and many of them have found refuge in Scotland. The local wolves find their resources running low due to the recent flood, so Sidheag of Pack Hadley accepts a contract on the life of Lady Arietta, Marquise of Innes. Sidheag has killed before, but when the two women finally meet face-to-face they begin a chain of events that could change them both forever.
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