Connie di Marco

Serpent’s Doom By Connie di Marco: Review/Giveaway/Guest Post

by Kathleen Costa
& Connie di Marco

Julia Bonatti tragically lost her fiancé a couple of years ago, and despite the occasional twinge of her heart and odd comment from a friend, she’s moved on creating an nice life in San Francisco as a skilled astrologer. She has her private clients who meet her at her residence for a reading, and she participates in psychic fairs at The Mystic Eye, an occult bookshop, where, for a small fee, she’ll provide insights guided by a guest’s astrological chart.

Enter a Wizard, Stage Left A Zodiac Mystery Novella By Connie Di Marco: Review/Giveaway

by Kathleen Costa

It’s only been two and a half months since Julia Bonatti lost her fiancé in a hit and run and now struggling has been her daily M-O. Finding a safe place to grieve without judgements or constant reminders of the life that’s now gone meant only one thing…her grandmother Gloria’s home. There she’s been able to shut herself off, and even though “Nonni” can identify since she lost, although many years ago, her own love, she recognizes for Julia it’s not a case of moving on, but just getting out…one step at a time.

All Signs Point to Murder By Connie di Marco: Review/Giveaway/Astrology Chat With Sunny Frazier

by Cynthia Chow

Being a best friend means being supportive through thick and thin, especially when called upon to be a bridesmaid. Julia Elizabeth Bonatti has been helping her college best friend Geneva Leary prepare for her wedding in Sonoma, in spite of the frantic demands of the wedding planner and the disappearance of the bride’s sister. Moira Leary does eventually appear —intoxicated and a bit worse for wear—but it is the coordinator Sally Stark who collapses after the ceremony.

The Madness of Mercury By Connie di Marco: Review/Giveaway

by Cynthia Chow

After the death of her fiancé, Julia Elizabeth Bonatti derailed her plans to become an anthropology teacher in order to find answers to such an incomprehensible loss. She turned to astrology as a source to help her make sense of Michael’s death, and perhaps see how it could have been prevented. This led to Julia’s new career as a professional astrologer, with her own ‘Ask Zodia' astrological advice column in the San Francisco Chronicle.