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The Demon in Business Class AUDIOBOOK

The Demon in Business Class AUDIOBOOK is out!!

Laura Petersen’s gorgeous narration takes you on a fantastic journey across Europe, America and Asia, with secret magic, international conspiracies, and star-crossed lovers. Put on those headphones and fly!

Honestly, it’s my favorite version. Laura Petersen put in an incredible performance, giving life to a hundred characters and mastering accents from a dozen countries.

Here are some of the many places you can find it –

Audible
https://www.audible.com/pd/The-Demon-in-Business-Class-Audiobook/B08FVC78XP

Walmart
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Demon-in-Business-Class-The-Audiobook-9781734741032/218327830

Kobo
https://www.kobo.com/audiobook/demon-in-business-class-the

Apple
https://books.apple.com/audiobook/the-demon-in-business-class/id1516610708

Google
https://play.google.com/store/audiobooks/details?id=AQAAAEDsLmtulM

Fiction: The charm (from The Demon in Business Class)

Funny thing, WordPress doesn’t let me tag non-blog posts (the links in the header row), so without occasionally posting excerpts from my book, its potential readers can’t find me by searching. Every so often I’ll post a short excerpt here on the blog. To read the first two chapters, click here.

This is from the early pages. In the midst of a downsizing Zarabeth has found a new job, and, to her surprise, a path to the supernatural. 
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On Friday half the cubicles outside Zarabeth’s office were empty and dark. The remaining people slouched at their small desks. She felt as if she faced a dog licking a deep wound, clammy feel of sepsis in the hot air. Pathetic. She would take a brick to it.
Her new boss Magda’s admin had forwarded a twenty-page report about satellites, a third redacted with thick black marker. It looked military or spook, above her own nerd rating.
Wanda knocked, holding a thick plastic-film envelope. “This just came by messenger.” Wanda stood there, impressed and curious.
“Thanks. Go away. Close the door.”
Inside the envelope were new business cards, employment documents, a ticket to London (tomorrow night, business class), also a jewelry box and a black parchment envelope.
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