New Book ‘Winds of Wexford’ Entwines Mystery, Mysticism with Romance

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Edith Saint James weaves compelling romance around mysterious murders, mystical events

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Edith Saint James debuts as an author with “The Winds of Wexford” (published by Xlibris). She embarks in her first writing journey drawing her inspiration from a number of sources, but she gives it her own unique spin as she conjures a world of hair-raising suspense and intense romantic encounters.

Winston Worthington Wentworth lives a quiet life in her elegant mansion in the historic town of Wexford, Connecticut. She is young, wealthy, beautiful and spirited. She hosts a lavish masked ball in which a beautiful man in a black diamond mask sweeps her into a fantasy of powerful physical love. She is mystified by his allure and his danger, but when she finds a dead body in her library, she finds herself drawn into a deadly masquerade rife with misdirection and murder. A clairvoyant warns of an evil coming her way, but will she even survive long enough to witness its coming? Winston must search for the truth as a murderer stalks Worthington Hall. She must search her heart as three men vie for her affections. Not all are as they seem. Of three, only one will be true.

“Winds of Wexford” has everything that James loves to read in a book and she hopes that the same will appeal to her readers. It is a tale filled with mystery, romance, glamour, suspense, spirits, apparitions and lots and lots of love. It is a work of mystical beauty crowned by a sparkling aura of intense sexuality.

“The Winds of Wexford”
By Edith Saint James
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 382 pages | ISBN 9781499039825
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 382pages | ISBN 9781499039832
E-Book | 382 pages | ISBN 9781499039818
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Edith Saint James is the pen name of Dr. Edith Agnes Kostka from Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Conn. Dr. Kostka began her teaching career as a teacher of History, English, Comparative Religion and Philosophy, and currently teaches American Literature from the point of view of the Principles of Enlightenment and American Transcendentalism.

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