The Elusive Elixir
(mystery / paranormal mystery)
Release date: January 8, 2017
at Midnight Ink
Dorian Robert-Houdin, the three-and-a-half-foot gargoyle chef who fancies himself a modern-day Poirot, is slowly turning into stone, and it’s up to Zoe Faust to unravel the alchemical secrets that can save him. When they discover that a long-lost stone gargoyle with a connection to Dorian has reappeared in Europe, the stakes are even higher.
From Portland to Paris, Zoe searches for the hidden knowledge she needs, but a cold case that harkens back to 1942 throws her off course. With an ailing friend desperately trying to discover his own elixir of life and a new romantic interest offering the first chance at love she’s had in nearly a century, Zoe is torn between a dangerous form of alchemy and her desire for a safer life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
USA Today bestselling author
spent her childhood
being dragged around the world
by her cultural anthropologist parents,
and now lives outside San Francisco
with her husband
and a gargoyle who watches over the garden.
Gigi writes the Jaya Jones Treasure Hunt mysteries,
Accidental Alchemist mysteries,
and locked-room mystery short stories.
Gigi’s fiction has been awarded the Malice Domestic Grant
and Lefty Awards,
and been nominated for Macavity and Agatha Awards.
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I love paranormal mysteries simply because the only boundary to what may happen within the pages is the imagination of the author and the reader!
interesting view, thanks!
Not my cup of tea sorry – but then its just as well otherwise I would be tempted to break my book buying ban
I have not read it either, that’s why I just do a spotlight. But I enjoyed a lot Michelangelo’s Ghost, from her other series, and it’s not paranormal nor about ghosts!!