New Multicultural Mystery, Stone Coat Man, Based on Seneca Myth and Legend
Award-Winning author delivers a gripping story of deception and revenge.
By: Dianne L Hagan
Retired librarian Marian Greene stumbles upon a body during a morning walk and is confronted by a giant. Is the ogre a figment of her imagination or the Genoskwa of Seneca myth? Gunfire, a second body, and two missing people ignite a community-wide search for answers. Hidden truths and secret agreements are uncovered, and Marian, husband Lester, and their friends are soon confronting their own demons and wondering, "Who is the real monster?"
Stone Coat Man is the fourth book of the award-winning series, A Cadence Mystery. Booklife Prize said this about the author: "Hagan has a knack for character development and ties the characters well into the broader storytelling. [The] large cast of characters is charming and diverse. [She] crafts an intriguing and multilayered mystery."
Hagan writes about social justice, diversity, and equality, and she knows how to spin a good mystery. She is the recipient of awards from Literary Titan, Writer's Digest Self-Published Book Awards, and the American Fiction Award. Her memoir, Another Day in Post-Racial America, was named "One of the Best Black Lives Matter Books of all time," by BookAuthority. She received her MFA in creative non-fiction from Queens University in Charlotte.
Stone Coat Man is available on Amazon.com.