Mystery / Romantic Suspense

Barb Stark, Psychologist, Who Doesn’t Believe in Witches

May 1, 2013
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Margaret Koch

Psychologist Barb Stark’s dapper Atlanta lawyer, Eldee Dupree, is being sued.

So despite a heavy workload at her practice back in Duncan, Tennessee, Barb decides to sit in on a couple of depositions to help Eldee — and also to spend a few relaxing days at her Atlanta estate.

Soon, though, in Margaret Koch‘s suspense mystery “Cauldron,” Barb finds herself deep in a national forest staring at burned bodies — and dodging bullets on the streets of Atlanta.

And her irritating ex in-laws, the prominent Starks of Atlanta, have been up to their eyeballs for decades in the murder plots.

Back in Duncan, meanwhile, a new patient suffering from panic attacks begins therapy. She’s convinced that she’s about to be killed by occult forces. And, oh yes – she happens to be a witch herself.

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The Indie Author Life

Who’s on first, what’s on second …

Margaret Koch said recently on Facebook that….

I’ve been asked by several people to post the order of the books in my series. Here it is: Blonde Joke (book one), Camp Soul (book two), Song of the Monster (book three), Power in the Blood (book four), To Kill an Echo (book five) and Stark Raving (book six). I plan to continue the series. Like most of us, Barb Stark never gets the drama in her life completely tied up neatly and resolved. We all have those loose story threads that hook us into more adventures. That’s good, right?

Read more at Margaret Koch’s Facebook page here.

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One Response to Barb Stark, Psychologist, Who Doesn’t Believe in Witches

  1. May 1, 2013 at 10:35 am

    Another nice interview. Thanks Bill and Margaret.

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