“Bevan is doing with the tarot what
Sue Grafton did with the alphabet.”

John Kremer, author of "1001 Ways to Market Your Books"

“Mystery readers are always asking for a new series to read, especially ones with a woman sleuth. The Tarot Mysteries—well-written, fast and fun, set in San Francisco and laced with a soupçon of the occult—are easy to recommend.”

Eric Whittington, Owner, Bird & Beckett Books & Records

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Xana Bard is recovering nicely from her fractured ankle when DeLeon Davies bursts into the East-West Cafe and tells her that his sixteen-year-old daughter has been kidnapped by a cult. How will Xana and Thorne Ardall, the man her mother refers to as Xana’s “thug swain,” rescue DeLeon’s daughter Netta? And why will Xana then volunteer to join the cult? In this third book in The Tarot Mysteries series, Xana and Thorne conspire against the cult’s female autocrat, who calls herself Renenet, “goddess incarnate of prosperity and abundance,” and in the process they learn just how perilous organic farming can be.

"This is such a fun and fabulous series! The mysteries continue to engage and surprise me with their original premises. This time we get more from DeLeon, which I found delightful. Xana is such a deliciously fun character.

These are great stories, full of interesting tidbits and fun characterizations—I can't wait to read the next!”

—Jill Franklemont

“I am really enjoying this series by Ms. Atkinson. Book Three, The High Priestess Card, is an excellent installment. I love the author's insight into Tarot and the details she includes in her books. This was a wonderful, well-written book. I really find myself connecting with the characters, which are well developed and seem so real. The plot was an interesting one, it touched on some relevant topics of today, such as domestic abuse and cults. I enjoy seeing the relationship between Xana and Thorne deepening. I'm interested to see where it will go. This is a quick and enjoyable book. I definitely recommend.”

—Sheri O’Neill

Xana Bard is recovering nicely from her fractured ankle when DeLeon Davies bursts into the East-West Cafe and tells her that his sixteen-year-old daughter has been kidnapped by a cult. How will Xana and Thorne Ardall, the man her mother refers to as Xana’s “thug swain,” rescue DeLeon’s daughter Netta? And why will Xana then volunteer to join the cult? In this third book in The Tarot Mysteries series, Xana and Thorne conspire against the cult’s female autocrat, who calls herself Renenet, “goddess incarnate of prosperity and abundance,” and in the process they learn just how perilous organic farming can be.

"This is such a fun and fabulous series! The mysteries continue to engage and surprise me with their original premises. This time we get more from DeLeon, which I found delightful. Xana is such a deliciously fun character.

These are great stories, full of interesting tidbits and fun characterizations—I can't wait to read the next!”

—Jill Franklemont

“I am really enjoying this series by Ms. Atkinson. Book Three, The High Priestess Card, is an excellent installment. I love the author's insight into Tarot and the details she includes in her books. This was a wonderful, well-written book. I really find myself connecting with the characters, which are well developed and seem so real. The plot was an interesting one, it touched on some relevant topics of today, such as domestic abuse and cults. I enjoy seeing the relationship between Xana and Thorne deepening. I'm interested to see where it will go. This is a quick and enjoyable book. I definitely recommend.”

—Sheri O’Neill

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