Lunar Lies

by P.D. Workman
Lunar Lies
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Series: Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator #21
Genres: Cozy Mystery

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One of the things I love about this series is that you know justice will prevail and the villain will be dealt with in some fashion, but you may be surprised by the path that takes. Karma can be tough.

Lunar Lies

When the past comes knocking, will Reg be able to protect her future?

Reg thought she had left her past behind, but when her former lover shows up in town with a dangerous secret, she must confront the truth of her past and act.

Reg has built a successful business doing psychic readings and investigation in the small town of Black Sands. But when her former lover, Jake, shows up in town with a dangerous secret, Reg is forced to confront her past and protect her community.

As Reg tries to unravel Jake’s secret, she finds herself being pulled back into her past. But Reg realizes that she’s not the only one in danger. Jake’s secret has put everyone in Black Sands at risk.

Will Reg be able to confront her past and protect Jake’s victims? Or will her connection with Jake hold her back? Find out in this thrilling supernatural mystery.

It’s a race against time in this paranormal mystery that’s sure to leave you craving more!

Praise for Lunar Lies:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ What follows is a spellbinding adventure that kept me up most of the night to finish the story. I was drawn into the narrative right from the start and I truly enjoyed tagging along with Reg and her friends as they investigated Jake’s big conservation project.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ An exciting tale of magical adventure with lots of action from P.D Workman, get your copy of Lunar Lies today… and be careful during the full moon!

Lunar Lies is a paranormal mystery novel that will keep you on the edge of your seat. With a touch of witchcraft and a dash of suspense, this book is perfect for fans of small town mysteries and psychic detectives.

Fall under Reg’s spell today.

—Another great work of art by Ms. Workman. I am amazed at the diversity of her writing and how much I really enjoy them all. She can write cozy mystery, YA books that should be read by all, medical thrillers, Zach Goldman series and now a paranormal series. I am so glad to have found this author. I am honored that I get to read them early also.

—This book has all my favourite things: heart, great writing, nearly-flawless editing, something unusual in the air, and a cat. I needed a light read, and this fit the bill perfectly. Recommended.

—This book actually surprised me. I knew that a psychic cat would be entertaining. I just didn’t expect it to be this good. You really do get wrapped up in the people and story. It sounds like a fairly gentle story, but there is a lot of suspense involved. Add a bunch of humor to the mix and you are in for a treat. I love the characters. Wish I had some friends like them. And the cat is so very well done. Acts like a typical cat, but a lot smarter than his human. This is a story that you don’t want to put down.

—Extremely well written as are all of P.D. Workman’s books, the characters well developed. I’m a character reader, I get into the characters. Who and what they are. Why they do the things they do. The things that make a reader get invested into the characters and thereby the book. I look forward to P.D. Workman’s next book.

—P D Workman has done it again; created a cast of characters and a storyline that are captivating and enthralling. Once I started this cozy I didn’t want to put it down (which can be a bad thing when you have a family to take care of…lol). I can’t wait for the other books in this series. I think Reg is going to turn out to be one of my favorite new characters. Pick up your copy as soon as possible.

Author Notes may contain spoilers!

The seeds of Lunar Lies were first planted in A Fowl Play on Christmas Day, the holiday crossover between Auntie Clem’s Bakery and Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator. By providing clues about October’s background and hinting at the mysteries that lay ahead, the novella sets the stage for Reg’s eventual discovery of his secrets in Lunar Lies.

The theme of control is a central aspect of Lunar Lies that I wanted to explore in depth. Jake’s manipulation and control over Reg, both through his magical abilities and his abusive behavior, highlight the complexities of toxic relationships and the challenges of breaking free from them.

Reg’s past with Jake is fraught with manipulation and control, and despite her initial resolve to break away from him, she finds herself drawn back into his web of deceit in Lunar Lies. This aspect of the story reflects the real-life struggles that many individuals face in abusive relationships, where the abuser’s control can be difficult to break free from, even when the victim knows it is harmful.

Exploring werewolf and shapeshifter myths in Lunar Lies was a fascinating aspect of the story that I thoroughly enjoyed researching. The rich history of these supernatural beings in cultures around the world provided a wealth of inspiration and added depth to the supernatural elements of the book.

Examining how these myths have been portrayed and adapted in popular media, from movies like Teen Wolf to book series like Twilight, offered a contemporary lens through which to explore the enduring appeal of shapeshifter lore.

I hope readers will enjoy the blend of myth and imagination in the story and appreciate the rich tapestry of supernatural lore that shapes Reg’s world.

In writing Lunar Lies, I knew that Jake would have to be punished, that karma would come back and bite him. Hopefully, the resolution will leave readers satisfied, knowing that justice has been served in the supernatural world of Reg Rawlins, Psychic Investigator.

“Every single one of [P.D. Workman’s] books has spoken to me … And I have found strength in the books I’ve read.”

“This is one author I certainly will be looking out for, I can’t recommend her enough.”

“I’ll read anything by P. D. Workman that I can get my hands on.”

“Every book by PD Workman that I’ve read has been a gripping one, however different the genres are, going from lighter mysteries to really dark ones… this is one of my favourite, most dependable authors.”

“P.D. Workman is an incredibly versatile writer. No matter which of her books I read I am drawn into a great story and honestly, I don’t think I’ve followed another author that could go from cozy mystery to YA to a PI series dealing with mental health issues. Really enjoy her books!”

“[P.D. Workman’s] stories are so believable and you can’t help but feel like you know these people. You find yourself crying, laughing and feeling the characters emotions. Now if an author can make you cry and feel every emotion in a story, she is one hell of an author.”

“P. D. Workman, does not shy from probing the deep psychological scars of childhood trauma, mental illness, and addiction. Also characteristic of this author, these extremely sensitive issues are explored with extensive empathy, described with incredible clarity, and portrayed with profound insight.”

“Once again P.D.Workman has created an intense psychological mystery that impacts a wallop of thought induction. The writing is so well developed and draws you into the characters story.”

About P.D. Workman

P.D. Workman is a USA Today Bestselling author, winner of several awards from Library Services for Youth in Custody and the InD’tale Magazine’s Crowned Heart award. With over 100 published books, Workman is one of Canada’s most prolific authors. Her mystery/suspense/thriller and young adult books, include stand alones and these series: Auntie Clem’s Bakery cozy mysteries, Reg Rawlins Psychic Investigator paranormal mysteries, Zachary Goldman Mysteries (PI), Kenzie Kirsch Medical Thrillers, Parks Pat Mysteries (police procedural), and YA series: Medical Kidnap Files, Tamara’s Teardrops, Between the Cracks, and Breaking the Pattern.

Workman has been praised for her realistic details, deep characterization, and sensitive handling of the serious social issues that appear in all of her stories, from light cozy mysteries through to darker, grittier young adult and mystery/suspense books.

P. D. Workman does not shy from probing the deep psychological scars of childhood trauma, mental illness, and addiction. Also characteristic of this author, these extremely sensitive issues are explored with extensive empathy, described with incredible clarity, and portrayed with profound insight.
—Kim, Goodreads reviewer

Some of Workman’s titles have been translated into Spanish, French, Portuguese, German, and Italian.

Workman began writing at an early age and is a prolific reader as well as writer. She is also passionate about teaching and learning, expresses her creativity through art and cooking, and loves exploring the Calgary parks and green spaces where the Parks Pat Mysteries are set. She was a legal assistant for many years and has done extensive charitable work.

Workman was born and raised in Alberta, Canada, and is married with one adult son.

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