Maiden. Mother. Crone.
Dreams of ancient goddesses haunt Dr. Dana Garvey, expert witness at a rape trial. Then the sight of an old, tattooed woman in the court room triggers strange memories. Dana knows this woman—doesn't she? From a long time ago…?
The old woman weaves her way into Dana's strange, disturbing dreams but during the day, Dana continues to give evidence against a rich, beautiful young man who will get away with rape, no matter what Dana does.
The covenant between the goddesses and their worshippers shattered long ago and brutality now rules the world. But the ancient ones are back and somewhere between maiden, mother and crone—and the young man on trial—Dana will be swept up in mysteries beyond the reality she knows.
By the author of Obeah.
About Marcelle Dubé:
Marcelle Dubé writes mystery and speculative fiction novels and short stories. Mostly. She grew up near Montreal. After trying out a number of different provinces and living in the Yukon for over 35 years, she now lives in Alberta—which is much like the Yukon in all the ways that count. Her short fiction has appeared in a number of magazines and anthologies.