Put aside everything you think you know about witches. They are not ugly, hooked nosed, green skinned, hags with plans to eat your children – at least the majority of them. A young witch (barely over 264 years old) named Prudence dared to be different from her witch sisters. Despite being disapproved by the Witches’ Council, Prudence was determined to become the first of her kind to be a police detective and bring her mother’s killer to justice. When the Abysmal Kentucky Police Department opened the door for a witch police recruit, an opportunity presented itself to fulfill her dream. Little did Prudence know that her first homicide case as a rookie would lead her to her mother’s killer. Along with Detective Simon Mitchell, Officer Kari O’Donnell, her sister Aggie, her grandmother Millicent, and her cat Gus, they take on the Dark Covenant known as the DC. The DC is ran by rogue witches who are responsible for the distribution and control of the highly addictive Fire and Brimstone (F & B) drug. As their leads take them down the Bourbon Trail, they discover that the DC has more than just drug distribution in mind – they have deadly plans to eradicate humans and take down The Witches’ Council. With the odds against her, Prudence uses her magic and her detective skills to show that she has what it takes to fulfill her destiny.
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Writing skits and stories since the age of thirteen years old, Alan has always been happiest penning things that come to his strange working mind. Waiting to write his first book until he was AARP eligible, he is now trying to make up for lost professional writing time. The Witch Detective: The Fire and Brimstone Bourbon Trail Case is his third published novel. Previous works include In the End (2016) and Ancestry: Awakenings (2018) which were published under the pseudonym of Cullen Kit Alexander. He has also written several dinner theater plays over the years. His most recently published play is Putting the Fun in Funeral (2018). Alan primarily enjoys writing fiction and fantasy novels. He has a gaggle of stories still waiting to be written.
In addition to writing, Alan’s podcast Get A Life 2 (https://GETALIFE2.podbean.com) allows a cathartic outlet for him to deal with life at fifty plus years old.
Alan was adopted at the tender age of one month old and raised in Breathitt County, Kentucky. He attended Morehead State University, earning a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology in 1993. He has four children and four critters and lives in Lexington, Kentucky with his loving wife, Lenore. Because he enjoys fantasy and science fiction so much, he is known to attend Comic Cons and Star Trek conventions.