The Celtic Phoenix launches today.
This historically accurate Sherlock Holmes tale takes place in 1919, and obliges Holmes to match wits with a diabolical female nemesis. He does so with the help of Tessa Wiggins, a former member of his irregular brigade.
The mystery begins when a jewelry case, holding human remains, arrives at Holmes’s cottage in Sussex. To find the murderer, Holmes and Tessa must delve into ancient British history to a time when the Celts were fighting for survival.
The Celtic Phoenix is steeped in the enigmatic culture of the ancient Celts—a time when the bond with Nature was strong . . . when people walked in the olde ways . . . and when women were the equals to men as warriors, priests, and poets.
The Celtic Phoenix is the journey of three women who rise from the ashes of their past like fearsome phoenixes and shake the rational foundations upon Sherlock Holmes built his life and career.
Available in paperback or Kindle, you can purchase The Celtic Phoenix at Amazon or any on-line bookstore.