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2016 Rainbow Awards: Light Work on Dark Days by S. McDonald Powell (271-08-14-2016)

Light Work on Dark Days (The Morrígan Cycle #1) by S. McDonald Powell
Lesbian Sci-fi / Futuristic
Series: The Morrígan Cycle
Paperback: 404 pages
Publisher: NineStar Press (July 22, 2016)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1911153730
ISBN-13: 978-1911153733
Amazon: Light Work on Dark Days (The Morrígan Cycle #1)
Amazon Kindle: Light Work on Dark Days (The Morrígan Cycle #1)

A malignant, predatory energy is gathering force in the world. Its chosen host, the global Elite, are its willing servants. A centuries-old war has raged between this evil and those brave enough to oppose it, but now the Elite are bringing the conflict to America. Old money brings old sins, introducing the wealthy of New York City to their aberrant tastes. Worst of all, it’s only a matter of time before they plan to unify their power and wealth to establish a One World government with which they will hold sway over the lives of all. And yet, they are not the only ones stalking the streets of New York… Dr Eryn Wilde is no ordinary pathologist. As high priestess of the Morrígan, Eryn works to thwart the Elite with the aid of the magical order, Aes Sídhe—a light in the darkness and the antithesis to the Temple, the Elite’s cohort of dark magicians. In the bleak of December, Eryn is called to the scene of a fatal car incident, only to find a trunk full of severed limbs. Much to Eryn’s chagrin, the beautiful and intelligent Homicide Detective Rebekah Luzzatto is tasked with working on the case. As events unfold that take them deeper into the world of politics, corporate greed, blackmail, and murder, it becomes increasingly difficult for Eryn to stay away from Rebekah, despite being afraid that she will meet the same end as her last lover. Between the two of them, will they find a way to make their relationship work? Hopefully while preventing the Elite from opening the gates of hell and ushering in World War III?

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