"A deftly crafted and simply riveting gothic mystery by a master of the genre... especially and unreservedly recommended..." -Midwest Book Review
Johnny's legendary socialite Aunt Alice mysteriously died while reading the Egyptian Book of the Dead when he and Percy were ten. They have been kept in the dark about that night ever since.
Twenty years later, they are reunited, along with family and guests, for a weekend house party at Rhinebeck, the sumptuous estate once owned by Alice.
But Rhinebeck holds more than just childhood memories.
From the family butler, they learn that Alice's story is far darker than anticipated, and will impact all their lives, particularly Percy's, before the weekend concludes.
All who attend are ensnared in a surprising web of mystery, Egyptian occultism, sumptuous elegance, and intrigue, where family members, guests, and even the staff have their own agendas, and nothing is what it seems.
This is an award-winning page-turner you will not be able to put down.
Gold medalist: "Intrigue" - Readers' Favorite International Book Awards
Silver/2nd Place: "Mystery/Thriller/Suspense/Horror" - Feathered Quill Book Awards
Winner: "Best First Book (Fiction)" - IndieReader Discovery Awards
What readers are saying about Eye of the Moon
"It's gripping, intense, thorough. Everything I wanted in a thriller and then some."
"This was such a surprise. If you like big house mysteries, Downton Abbey and Cluedo 'who done its', you will love this."
"Eye of the Moon kept me engaged from start to finish. I read it in three days."
"Eye of the Moon is a well written, enjoyable gothic mystery filled with secrets, treasures, twists and turns, and the paranormal."
"Truly magical A compelling story, with an original plot full of mystery, colorful characters and unexpected twists and turns, that keeps the reader in suspense until the very end."
"True to the promise it makes, it's a book that kept me reading well into the night. It's incredibly suspenseful and full of great conversations and characters."
"This is one of those books where you'll have a sudden realization while flying through the pages that you don't want the book to end. If there ever will be a sequel to this book, I'll definitely read it."
"It was a wonderful escape. The characters so solid and intriguing, the location and relationships absolutely entrancing."
"I enjoyed reading it so much that I have already picked it back up I could not wait to be back at Rhinebeck with my friends Percy and Johnny."