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Detective Inspector Sara Nayar is a goddess. Literally. A Hindu goddess accidentally brought to England during Queen Victoria's reign. Working now as a police detective, Sara survives on humanity's innate faith in law and order.
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Sheffield is a city of many gods, however, and when Sara witnesses a murder, she knows the perpetrator is divine. As a goddess of order, she must solve the crime before the god can kill again, but thousands of years as a human has left her spiritually weak.
Vulnerable in ways she hasn't felt since leaving India, Sara fights to balance her mortal and immortal lives as the murders around her escalate. And with tensions amongst her fellow divinity on the rise, Sara is running out of time. If she can't restore order, find balance in the chaos, the city itself might pay the price.
Set in a vividly realized Northern city, where gods coexist with a balance of faith, Goddess of the North is a page-turning exploration of identity, love, faith, and the transformative powers of self-acceptance.
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"Goddess of the North is a fresh take on the police procedural . . . Kamsika deftly weaves mythology with modern-day policing in a mystery that was twisty right up to the end.
-Patrice Sarath, author of The Sisters Mederos and Fog Season, The Tales of Port Saint Frey
"Goddess of the North is the best kind of urban fantasy, the kind that holds a mirror up to our world and shows us who we are and, more importantly, who we can be. Highly recommended!"
-Bryan Camp, author of The City of Lost Fortunes and Gather the Fortunes