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Beware! Something is after Tracey Masters, a Mage-kind teen in a mostly non-magical world—a world where people like Tracey are often feared, and oppressed. Add to this stress a crazy family life, the schizo pressures of school, friends, and bullies, and working a boring job as an assistant at her uncle’s detective agency for magical types, and life isn’t just hard, it’s chaos!

That is, until a mysterious woman walks through the door with a case about a missing necklace known as the Butterfly Stone. The case seems to be the big break Tracey is looking for to prove herself and her abilities as Mage-kind.

But she unexpectedly finds herself dangerously connected to it when the evidence takes a turn that reveals secrets from Tracey’s past, and places her friends and family in mortal danger. She also discovers that she’s being hunted by a shadow that senses her magic is the key to unlocking the power it’s after.

The magic within the Butterfly Stone is too powerful to be contained, but if Tracey doesn’t learn how to control it, and escape the threat of the shadow that surrounds it, she could lose everything and everyone she cares about … beginning with her younger sister, Sarah.

Praise for The Butterfly Stone -

"This story builds as you go sucking you in. So disappointed when I finished because I wanted to jump to the next ‘episode’. Can’t wait for the next book to come out!" - Amazon Review.

"What a great book! From beginning to end I was on the edge of my seat, it is well written and full of interesting characters. I cannot wait for the next one!! Get writing Ms. Bell!" - Amazon Review.

"A must-read if you enjoy mystery, magic and adventure. Tracey’s character is a great example of true courage in the face of extraordinary circumstances. Some wonderful life lessons here!" - Amazon Review.

About The Author

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Laurie Bell is a once upon a time former teacher who has worked with children of all ages in the literary sphere. She is now an administrator and is the one to go to with any question.

She is regularly featured by publications such as the Antipodean Science Fiction E-Magazine. A lover of fantasy and science fiction of all kinds, she is also a volunteer at her local theatre company and is often found in coffee shops or on trains writing madly in one of her many notebooks.

Oh and she loves chocolate and coffee! Laurie maintains an active blog of science fiction, fantasy, and flash fiction pieces. Discover more at

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