First book of Sanyel series.
At fifteen, Sanyel is as good as dead. In defiance of strict tribal and religious law, Sanyel’s shaman father has been covertly training her in the secret knowledge and rituals of the medicine man, sacred practices prohibited to females. Betrayal by her best friend leads to Sanyel’s banishment to the unforgiving Desert of Bones, the equivalent of a death sentence.
The savage desert cruelly tests Sanyel’s will to survive and she begins to question her father’s belief in portents that surrounded her birth.
Second book of Sanyel series.
Owning a keen wit and intelligence, an ability to control animals, and following a life path unusual for a female in her male-dominated culture, sixteen-year-old shaman Sanyel is building a reputation in her small corner of the world as a formidable adversary and ally.
When a former foe arrives to ask Sanyel for help in rescuing his son from a madwoman’s cult, she has every right to be wary.
CIRCLES AND STONES
Third book of Sanyel series.
Teen shaman Sanyel and her friend Izzy have agreed to help rescue a former enemy’s son from the boy’s abductor, a prominent, powerful leader. Their mission takes a strange turn when various people—both known and unknown to the rescuers—inexplicably begin to appear and then disappear before their eyes.
BONES OF THE GODS
Fourth book of Sanyel series.
Sanyel, shaman of the Sakita and alleged hand of the sun god, has agreed to investigate the bizarre circumstances surrounding the vanishing of a past acquaintance’s wife and daughter. A recurring cryptic image, elusive suspects, strange devices, and an ever-expanding mystery have Sanyel and her adventurous companions often perplexed as they head deeper into danger to uncover a secret hidden for thousands of years.
SEVEN and ONE TALES
for YOUNG READERS
Eight delightful and thought provoking stories for young readers…twin sisters battle over who can make the world a better place…a boy with no shadow learns to compensate…a cat will always be a cat, even if a king…a strange creature arrives in Farmer Frank’s corn field…Grandpa knows a story or two, but how do they end?...an ancient tree protects a town against trolls…