The Diva's Fool

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Echelon Press, 2007 - Chicago (Ill.) - 286 pages
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On the night of her final performance, Opera Diva Carmen Dellamorte, famous for her passion of Tarot cards, staggers onto the Chicago Lyric Opera House stage and dies. Is it the curse of Macbeth or a malevolent plot to dethrone the queen? Alexandria Vilkas, Chicago reporter, does more than write the supernatural. She peeks behind the viel of death to investigate murders of the paranormal, solving the mysterious death of a Diva is the first step on her journey. Around the world, enthusiasts and masters of the Tarot look to these popular cards for guidance and divination. The deck begins with the Fool, representing the Uninitiated Person beginning a journey consisting of 22 phases, coinciding with the archetypical characters and themes of the Major Arcana, otherwise known as the Greater Secrets.

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The deep roots of the lotus stretch and reach to the bottom of the waters, while the floating flower retains a serene sense of beauty and symmetry. Silvia Foti is a writer, lecturer, and creativity coach. She lives in Chicago on the Southwest Side. She's been running her own freelance writing business since 1998, writing for a variety of publications and websites. Before then she was a full-time employee at the Academy of General Dentistry for twelve years. She's currently lecturing on the basics of public speaking at St. Xavier University.

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