Cover with young woman’s hand, wearing a runic charm bracelet and clutching two downy black feathers with red nailed fingertips.

ODIN’S MURDER is no longer in print. I’ve left these entries up for those readers who have copies and enjoy Easter eggs and background info. I still have a few trade paperbacks squirreled away–catch me in person and I might have one!

“Being near her is a lot like the knife blade in my pocket; one careless move and I’m sliced open in a very personal manner.”

Ethan Tyrell has no idea how he got accepted to the Scholastic Honors Program for exceptional students, but going to college is a hell of a lot better than going back to a prison cell. Keeping his temper isn’t easy though, and keeping his hands to himself is especially difficult when he’s around his roommate’s sharp tongued and glamorous sister.

Memory Erikssen is not the kind of girl a boy can forget; she makes sure of that. Quick with both a charcoal pencil and a lipstick, she won’t draw the same line or walk the same path twice. The tension grows explosive between these two when members of their team go missing, and they must learn to trust each other as they unravel a dangerous mystery that spans centuries of local and distant legends.

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