Other Books By J. E. Irvin

The Strange Disappearance of Rose StoneThe Strange Disappearance of Rose Stone
A Whodunit Award-winner

by J.E. Irvin, $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Rose Stone disappears; her brother Peter receives a note and a package containing their most treasured childhood possession. He re-visits their traumatic childhood, searching for clues to solve her vanishing. Buy and/or Read More >>>

The Rules of the GameThe Rules of the Game
by J.E. Irvin, $3.99 ebook, $15.95 paperback
When teacher Cammie Rose finds an old photograph hidden in her father’s den, she begins to question her family history and the truth about all the men in her life, including the one who is stalking her. Soon, she begins a deadly game of cat and mouse with the mystery figure. Buy and/or Read More >>>

The Dark End of the RainbowThe Dark End of the Rainbow
by J.E. Irvin , $3.99 ebook, $14.95 paperback
Teenager Xandra Byrd plans one final drug drop. High school principal Leah Davis returns to work, so stressed by the change in routine that she forgets her infant is in the car. Then both Xandra and the baby vanish. Now Detective Joe Zetts must solve the puzzle. Buy and/or Read More >>>

Genre: Mystery/Thriller

Meet The Author
Barb Lundy grew up in a family of visual artists and writers. Legally blind until she turned 8, reading became a cherished pastime. Her parents gave her a subscription for The Writer magazine at her 12 th birthday and her older brother gave her a used Royal Typewriter. So the ink was set. Barb had the good fortune to share a close friendship with award-winning poet Lois Beebe Hayna. Lois provided unvarnished critique. A widely published poet, Lundy is listed in the Directory of Poets and Writers. She taught writing in Denver area colleges and is the current co-president of Colorado Authors League.

Barb Lundy

Fiction of Stone
The Fiction of Stone
by Barb Lundy
$2.99 ebook, $11.95 paperback

Here is a lovely collection of poetry from a widely published poet who has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize. She’s listed in the Directory of Poets and Fiction Writers and teaches poetry and writing in Denver area colleges. Her eye is unerring as she looks at topics ranging from a fall from grace to a standing appointment, from a jar of brushes to a bed near the window, from predictions in a dry wind to a visit at the cemetery. With 65 new poems, this Colorado poet will grab your attention, tickle your emotions, and force you to think. Yes, her words are magic.
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