Books by Vicki-Ann Bush
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Alex McKenna & The Geranium Deaths
For Alex McKenna, high school is just a distraction from the love of his life, Margaret, with whom he can't wait to spend more time once they get to college.
In many respects, Alex is just an average seventeen-year-old boy...except for the fact he's a transgender medium born from a long line of Strega witches, possessing the ability to communicate with ghosts.
With the help of Margaret and his talented Strega great-grandmother, Alex will learn how to strengthen his abilities. The dead need Alex to help them reconcile issues they left behind—and he finds that he needs them, too. As his abilities multiply, assisting the dead becomes an outlet to channel his new energy, giving him the strength to come to terms with who he is as a transgender male, and how far he will choose to go.
The Dusk Chronicles
Teenager Noah Winston watched a boy die and crumble to dust in the street. That was his introduction to a bizarre mystery spanning from the early settlement of the Las Vegas valley to the present day. Uncovering the truth drove him deep into history and legend as he attempted to untangle fact from fiction and found himself falling in love with 19th Century Emma Samson alog the way. Only during the brief window of dusk every night can her family enter the modern-day world of Las Vegas. Noah eventually discovers the full extent of the mystery surrounding the time stranded community, as well as a shocking destiny spanning over a century.
The Joshua Tree
Driving across the desert in their '67 Chevelle, Sam and Edith were looking forward to a four-day getaway to Wasteland Weekend. A post-apocalyptic event that neither one had been to before. It was their first real vacation together, and Sam wanted to be sure Edith enjoyed every moment of it.Everything was going as planned, until their car breaks down on the highway.Forced to spend the night in a small ominous town, the couple soon learns the secret to all the missing townspeople and the frightening truth of the Joshua trees.