Fantasy author Marsha A. Moore’s recent short release Le Cirque de Magie sets readers down in the 1920s alongside Ravi, a trapeze artist in a circus troupe in Sarasota, Florida. Ravi’s no ordinary trapeze artist, he’s really a supernatural being called a Suparna.
During his troupe’s run, a dwarf joins up, but Ravi senses something strange about her—something he doesn’t like. The troupe begins finding the animals torn apart—or the poor things go missing altogether, when his beloved Alice is threatened, Ravi senses the dwarf is behind it all.
Can Ravi save his beloved? What more trouble will the dwarf cause, before he can stop her? And what’ll happen when Ravi’s secret is exposed?
You’ll have to read to find out!
Filled with intrigue, romance, and magic, along with authentic tidbits of the culture of the 1920s that created a unique and vivid story world, this delightful little tale that fantasy fans will enjoy—I sure did! If you’d like to give Ms. Moore’s Le Cirque de Magie a try, it’s available at in various e-book formats from Amazon.com and Smashwords and at barnesandnoble.com for Nook users.
To learn more about Marsha, see her website: http://www.marshaamoore.com/
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