The Corpse Ritual, the third installment in my Geomancer’s Apprentice series, is now available in ebook and paperback format, and on Kindle Unlimited.
In their latest adventure, underdog feng shui consultants Joe Tham and Junie Soong investigate the strange robbery of a mummy from the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.
Read the full blurb below.
The Smithsonian Natural History Museum is full of dead things. Now some may be undead …
A brazen robbery takes place at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum at the height of the pandemic. The robbers make off with a 250-year-old Chinese mummy from the museum’s forthcoming exhibition.
Soon, the dead bodies are stacking up.
Joe Tham and Junie Soong’s feng shui business is limping along, not helped by the D.C. government’s Covid restrictions. Joe is still trying to solve his father’s murder, while Junie is leaning into her special powers.
The two underdog feng shui consultants are roped into the museum case. As they dig deeper into the mystery behind the mummy and the museum’s new exhibits, they encounter something monstrous … and hungry.
This may be their toughest case yet. It will stretch Joe’s ingenuity and Junie’s abilities, and push them to their limits.
It may, in fact, be the death of them.
The Corpse Ritual is the third book in an urban fantasy series featuring Asian magic and mysticism, and terrifying monsters from Asian folklore and mythology.