Lisa Brunette is author of:
- The Dreamslippers Series, a sexy-cozy mystery novel series featuring a family of dreamslippers who use their gift - along with yoga and meditation - to solve crimes.
- Broom of Anger, a collection of poetry centered on trauma and healing through nature and yoga.
The Dreamslippers Series
The Dreamslippers solve crimes using yoga and meditation, along with their special ability to 'slip' into your dreams. But that isn't easy.
"The launch of an intriguing female detective series" - Kirkus Reviews.
Cat McCormick comes of age both as a Dreamslipper and a private investigator in this debut. Following a mother and daughter on the run, she goes undercover in a fundamentalist church.
"Gripping, sexy, and profound..." - Jon Talton, author of the David Mapstone Mysteries
It was supposed to be a much-needed vacation in Miami, meant to snap Cat out of a persistent depression. But when her great uncle’s studio goes up in flames, killing his assistant, Cat must find out who’s really to blame.
"A brilliant, suspenseful whodunit..." - Qiu Xiaolong, Author of Shanghai Redemption, named one of the Wall Street Journal's Best Books of 2015
What happens when your client thinks she knows who the killer is, but you don’t believe her? Cat and Granny Grace don't believe Nina Howell fell under the spell of a domineering, conservative talk show host... until he starts to look guilty. The case brings powerful new developments in Cat’s dreamslipping skill as she works to find the truth.
"A great mystery with lots of action." - JBronder Book Reviews
Get all three books in this boxed set, plus a bonus novella prequel--Work of Light, Granny Grace's origin story--only available in the boxed set.
Broom of Anger
Taking a cue from Zora Neale Hurston’s advice to “grab the broom of anger and drive off the beast of fear,” Lisa Brunette explores the galvanizing quality of anger in this powerful debut collection. Anger can spark revolutions—both political and personal. It is the kernel of healing for anyone who’s been marginalized or silenced. But the poet wrestles with anger’s consuming nature, yearning for both romantic and spiritual release.