Mythmaker Book Cover

Book 2: Peacemaker Series

Virgin’s in a tight spot. A murder rap hangs over her head and isn’t likely to go away unless she agrees to work for an organisation called GJIC with Nate Sixkiller as her immediate boss. Being blackmailed is one thing, discovering that her mother is both alive and the President of GJIC is quite another. Then there’s the escalation of Mythos sightings, and the bounty on her head. Oddly, the strange and dangerous Hamish Burns is the only one she can rely on. Virgin’s life gets… untidy.

The cover:

Joey HiFi has captured the essence of the MYTHMAKER story in his cover. The fox is a surprise spiritual guide to one of the characters, the urban background foreshadows trouble in Mystere, and the man on Virgin’s shirt is Papa Brise. It’s a brilliant interpretation of events. I think I like it even more that the PEACEMAKER cover.


“If you are looking for unique, beautifully written urban fantasy. This series is for you, Peacemakerand Mythmaker are visionary and deeply satisfying books to read. Mythmaker continues what Peacemaker started, ramping up the action with even higher stakes; it doesn’t let up and definitely doesn’t disappoint.” The Conversationalist.

“This story seems to have both a fast and a slow pace. Part of it is the back and forth between extreme action and trying to figure things out. We get to know both Virgin and Nate better and have an even greater appreciation for them and what motivates them. They are very well written characters. The pace of the story is great and when you hit the end you are desperate for more. So hopefully there will be at least a third book of not more in the series.

This was an awesome read and I highly recommend the series, but unlike some series this one should really be read in order. One of my top reads of 2015 out of the 113 books read by the writing of this review.”~ Book Reviews and More

“In Peacemaker I was introduced to Virgin Jackson; now in Mythmaker I never want to let her go.” ~ Cubicle Blindness



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Peacemaker - Aurealis Award
Best Science Fiction Novel 2014

Curtin University Distinguished Alumni Award 2014

Transformation Space - Aurealis Award
 Best Science Fiction Novel 2010

Sharp Shooter - Davitt Award
Best Crime Novel 2009 (Sisters in Crime Australia) 





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