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Madison's Avenue

by Carol Lynn Stewart

This novel has all the elements of a thrilling beach read: an attractive, competent executive; her manly but sensitive love interest; a series of suspicious deaths; a CIA-trained assassin with a personal agenda and astonishing abilities;... Read More

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Light Vision

by Carol Lynn Stewart

Lost knowledge and ancient wisdom entangle wealthy artist Diana DeMarco in a battle against a Second Inquisition to expose and kill Italian witches. The loss of her baby and husband in a car accident leaves Diana in grief and... Read More

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Book of Reality

by Carol Lynn Stewart

This reissue of Book Nine of the Diadem Worlds of Magic series takes four characters from the Diadem series—Pixel, Jenna, Score, and Herlaine—to Pixel’s home of Calomir, on the outer rim of the Diadem. All Pixel wants to do is... Read More

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A Bride Most Begrudging

by Carol Lynn Stewart

It is 1643, and when Lady Constance Morrow bids farewell to her beloved Uncle Skelly—who is chained for transport to the Virginia colony, where he will serve out a sentence placed upon him by the British lords—she is taken by the... Read More

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The Lost Girls

by Carol Lynn Stewart

This chilling tale of girls, not growing up, but merely existing in Los Angeles and its environs, is not your mother’s coming-of-age tale. Caught between bulimia, cocaine, and heroin, the girls traverse the dangerous territory of... Read More

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A Witch's Notebook

by Carol Lynn Stewart

What if a well-known witch with more than twenty years of experience in witchcraft and more than fifty-three covens in her Clan allowed readers to take a peek inside her own personal notebooks, her own path, revealing what magic worked... Read More

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Popular Witchcraft

by Carol Lynn Stewart

This book opens with an interview with Anton LaVey, notorious high priest of the Church of Satan. An ex-policeman, LaVey professed to be against both the use of drugs and bringing harm to the human body, yet was, in his own words, an... Read More

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