BVC Author : Irene Radford

…aka P.R. Frost, aka C.F. Bentley, has been writing stories ever since she figured out what a pencil was for. A member of an endangered species, a native Oregonian who lives in Oregon, she and her husband make their home in Welches, Oregon, where deer, bears, coyotes, hawks, owls, and woodpeckers feed regularly on their back deck.

A museum-trained historian, Phyllis Irene has spent many hours prowling pioneer cemeteries deepening her connections to the past. Raised in a military family, she grew up all over the US and learned early on that books are friends that don’t get left behind with a move. Her interests and reading range from ancient history, to spiritual meditations, to space stations, and a whole lot in between.

Artistic Demons: #1. What’s a Psychic Vampire to do when she discovers the judge of her dancing competition is the ex-lover who staked her?
Artistic Demons #2. Music may soothe the savage breast, but it also incites demons to murder.
Artistic Demons #3 — Can a Siren switch from luring men to their deaths to healing the world before the International Guild of Demon and Vampire Hunters comes down on her pretty head?
A Changeling Child hurts no one, until they steal a dance competition from a human child.
A beginner’s guide to writing the novel they’ve held close to their hearts but never written.
Confederated Star Systems I. A spiritual journey, with a literary twist, in a space opera landscape.
Confederated Star Systems II. A spiritual journey, with a literary twist, in a space opera landscape.
Confederated Star Systems III. Continuing the spiritual journey with a literary twist in a space opera landscape.
A collection of short fantasy fiction by Irene Radford
Turning Point in Democracy
Merlin’s Descendants, Book One. Merlin’s daughter must help her father and King Arthur show warring barons and invading Saxons that Honor, Truth and Promises are meant to be kept.
Merlin’s Descendant’s, Book Two. Can a descendant of Merlin and King Arthur bring peace between King John and an aging (and almost respectable) Robin Hood?
Merlin’s Descendants, Book Three. Religious wars mar the glory of the early years of Queen Elizabeth I reign.  A descendant of Merlin and King Arthur must step forward and show the world that you can put faith before politics.
Merlin’s Descendants, Book Four. Mary Queen of Scots is dead. The Spanish Armada is gathering. The children from Guardian of the Vision must battle corrupt politicians, the Church, and El Lobison, the master of all werewolves, to save England.
Merlin’s Descendants, Book Five. 1763: all of Europe is at war and the Turks are storming toward Vienna. The magical protection of Britain requires that Georgina Kirkwood leave the secret Pendragon Society and disguise herself as a man to fight for England.
A collection of short fiction by Irene Radford
Pixie Chronicles, Book One. Pixies don’t play tricks on other Pixies. That’s what humans are for.
Pixie Chronicles, Book Two. Being a Pixie King isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be.
If you have a dire secret, never tell a Pixie. They cannot lie.
A collection of short speculative fiction by Irene Radford
Around the World in Six Gears
Trance Dancer, Book One. Gabby must dance to save her people. She must dance to stop a war. She must dance to find Truth.
Whistling River Lodge Mysteries #1. Everyone in the small town of Whistling River, Oregon harbors secrets. Affairs. Embezzlement. Murder.
Whistling River Lodge Mysteries #2. What do you do when an antique tractor pull removes a tree stump with a corpse in the root ball that has been both shot and hung?
Whistling River Lodge Mysteries #3. Two jealous boyfriends compete with the lodge of Glenna McClain’s love.
Whistling River Lodge Mystery #4 — Whistling River Lodge vs Las Vegas Mob = no problem. Whistling River Lodge vs Spook chasers, ghosts, and Sasquatch at Halloween = problem.
Cozy up by the fire for a little holiday cheer…or chill!
Climb aboard and embrace our pulp-dream past and our cutting-edge future!
Step across the threshold from this reality to another.
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