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Lex Files

by Celeste Castro

What is terrorizing a nature preserve near a small town in rural Idaho? Half the town believes it’s the Lake Lowell Ghost and the rest are convinced it’s a diabolical beast. With no end in sight, they need help.

Enter Special Agent Winifred Ford,Federal Bureau of Investigation. She has an eye for the unexplained and a history with the creature at large.

Joining the hunt is State Fish & Wildlife Officer Daya Soto and her partner, Lexy—a specialist in wildlife enforcement who happens to be a Karelian Bear Dog.

Can the two women work together when one faces east toward logic and the other faces west toward the realm of impossibility? In an age where science and facts rule, blind trust can be a lot to ask of anyone.

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Genre Paranormal, Romance
Length 304 pages
Publication Date October 18, 2018
Publisher Bella Books
ISBN 9781642470178e
Editor Ann Roberts
Cover Designer Sandy Knowles

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FROM THE AUTHOR

"My big (older, much much older) sister and I are obsessed with The X-Files. One of my favorite episodes is "The Great Mutato". It’s about a creature running amuck and everyone is speculating and it has two mouths, and there’s a half-eaten sandwich to prove it! (Her favorite episode is "Home" about a long forgotten family of inbreeders, but I wasn’t about to write a lesbian romance about that!)

"The Great Mutato" is the basic premise of Lex Files. There’s a strange creature, possibly misunderstood, wild speculation and fantastical eyewitnesses. In my story, swap Scully and Mulder for two Scullys, one of which is a very awkward (definitely misunderstood) FBI agent. The other is a wildlife enforcement officer who happens to be the top tracker in twelve states, skilled at taming wild animals (and awkward women). The real star of the story is Lexy, so named after my sister’s dog, who graced us with her presence for eleven (short) years. Lexy’s spirit is resurrected in this story and she will ever live as a hero and in the form of a tough-as-nails Karelian Bear Dog (here’s a little more about why I chose this dog breed). Our pets are our family and when it’s time to say goodbye, it’s gut reaching, but their spirits can endure through our memories and stories."


—Celeste Castro

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