Sunday, February 15, 2015

New Indie Book Release: The Magnolia Murders (April Rane)


New Indie Book Release:
The Magnolia Murders (Louisiana Lady) - April Rane
Women's Fiction / Murder Mystery - 214 pages - January 2015

The Magnolia Murders is a Detective Mystery with a strong and feisty heroine. Born in a brothel, schooled in Europe, honed by masters of Wu Shu in the Mountains of China and trained in Quantico, she uses her skills undercover to unmask the leaders of the highly illicit sex-slave operations in Louisiana.

About the Book

The Magnolia Murders (April Rane)
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Who is the Louisiana Lady? Can you decide? Does she know herself?

Cadie Devoe was raised in a brothel and put to work by the madam, her mother, at a very young age. Denied schooling, she ran off to the library at every opportunity. If caught, dire consequences would followed … Yet she was often seen climbing the sturdy old oak tree that graced the unattended yard, one of its large branches served as her reading haven, and — the precarious entrance to her second story bedroom window.

Andrea Devoe, a name picked by her benefactor, fit the young cultured woman who was educated in Europe, sought after by every male in sight, and hated by her society girlfriends for just that reason. Becoming a recluse, she turned out to be a bright, quick, intuitive young woman, always thirsty for knowledge, yet sadly hungry for true human contact and simple loving kindness.

Andie Devoe, a Louisiana detective, uses the knowledge she learned in her youth, against men who now commit the very crimes she was once deeply involved in. Andie’s always been perfectly capable and comfortable of walking in both worlds. It’s only after meeting a devilishly handsome, caring, and extremely perceptive man, that she believes she has known in past lives, that she begins to have doubts about her own life, her morals … and her method, as a detective, of apprehending her man!

Read about Andie Devoe, a tough New Orleans detective, originally trained in Quantico and schooled by one of the best martial arts teachers in the world, who has decided to become an undercover cop in the city of her birth. Choosing to dedicated herself to the cause of abused, or abducted women, and the hideous, yet very profitable sex slave trade, she uses every trick in the book. Once you read her story, you can decide who the Louisiana Lady really is!





About the Author

Author April Rane
Author April Rane
April Rane resides in Florida where she has been a practicing metaphysical teacher, minister and professional psychic/medium for the last thirty-three years. April enjoys being semi-retired, though she still offers mediumship and channeled readings, which she believes helps her clients with a greater understanding of their soul gifts, and a loving connection with those on the other side. Her passion is writing the Aradia Chronicles.

April has been a waitress, (probably the worst one on the planet) bar-tender, cashier, comptometer operator, fitness instructor, auto mechanic, drill press & lathe machine operator, real estate agent, and massage therapist. At this point in her life April loves working with the natural healing modalities such as Reiki, Therapeutic Touch, and Frequency Healing. She believes that her diversified life experience has helped create Aradia, the feisty, strong, determined and passionate heroine that she so enjoys writing about. Like Aradia, the one thing that April has never been, is bored!

Although originally from the Boston area, April believes that Myth of the Moon Goddess comes partially from her rich experience as a young girl roaming the lush woods of Westfield, New Jersey. Climbing trees, running free and merging with nature, her wonderful German Shepherd at her heels, allowed fantasy to abound.


Connect with April Rane via the Author's Website
and on Twitter: @gypsyrose303.




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