The Serpent's Star: Murial Robertson #1

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Sarah Ickes Art Limited, Oct 22, 2021 - Fiction - 82 pages

In the late 1880s, Murial Robertson has the unusual job of being a part of her father's security detail. While trying to gain public support to make Arizona a state, the Senator receives a peculiar letter threatening his life and signed by "The Serpent." Trying to keep her controlling father alive, Murial heads to the town of Conestone where she implores the help of her cousin, Walter, and the town's sheriff, Jack, before her own life takes an abrupt turn.

When an explosion destroys part of the town, toxic secrets are revealed, and a man with a well groomed mustache kidnaps her, all the pieces tie back to a death from three years ago. Murial has been dreaming of freedom from fear and her father's clutches, but will the past's vengeance crush her spirit before she has a chance to do so?

About the author (2021)

Sarah Ickes is an author, artist, and website manager that has an Associates Degree in Art and Design. She loved reading in school and had a few poems published in national student publications. In continuing to pursue both of her passions, she has an online store for her artwork and continues to work on her writings through various formats. Animals are a soft spot for Sarah, given the range she has had from chickens to dogs to guinea pigs to fish, and currently lives with her two dogs.

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