15 Mar 2014

“Ghost Dancer,” A Thulukan Chronicles Story by Maer Wilson

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 “Ghost Dancer,” A Thulukan Chronicles Story

by Maer Wilson

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Ten-year-old Danika Samms was going to be a dancer. She was even going to be on TV for a big national contest. Until a serial killer put an end to her dreams. Now her ghost has come to Thulu and La Fi to save her dog from the killer. La Fi is a medium and Thulu is a finder and together they find justice for the dead.

The detectives take the case, but they find more than a lost pup. They discover a heartbreaking secret and a seasoned killer already on the prowl for his next victim. And this time their walk on the darker side of the paranormal puts their own lives at risk.

“Ghost Dancer” is the third novelette from The Thulukan Chronicles.

 

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 Maer Wilson

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After a successful career being other people, and later teaching others the many tricks of that trade, Maer Wilson has decided to be herself for a while. Turns out she’s a writer. She’s always loved stories, especially fantasy, mystery and sci fi. Maer was born in the Year of the Dragon and has a dragon-themed room in her home, but sadly no dragons in the back yard. When she’s not writing, Maer plays online video games, teaches college and reads. She also co-hosts the literary podcast, MythBehaving and writes for two gaming fansites. Maer lives in the high desert of Southern Nevada with her two dogs, a chihuahua and a poodle.

 

You can find “Ghost Dancer” at Amazon.

 

The Thulukan Chronicles

The Books

Relics, Book 1

Portals, Book 2

 

The Novelettes

“Ghost Memory” – Available for free download

“Unwanted Ghost”

“Ghost Dancer”

 

You can find Maer at these links:

Maer’s Website

Maer on Amazon

Maer on Facebook

Maer on Twitter

Maer at Goodreads

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Christoph Fischer was born in Germany in 1970 as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. ‘The Luck of The Weissensteiners’ is his first published work. He has written several other novels which are in the later stages of editing and finalisation.
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