Senate MagicSenate Magic

A Novel by Jeanne Mozier

Senate Magic is the hot new political myth for our time.

Primary Colors meets Harry Potter—as told through the eyes of Lady Chatterley’s Lover—in this contemporary myth of power, sex, magic, darkness and love on a political campaign.

Glamorous Kiley (Kat) Tomasso faces an epic battle in her U.S. Senate campaign. Helped by the wisdom of Max the Magician and her faithful friend, Roxy, Kat faces complications from the struggle between two powerful men: crime chief Race Scarlatti and the compelling neo-conservative Senator T.J. Stuart of Virginia. As Election Day approaches, betrayal, intrigue and romance unfold in continual crescendos of shocking secrets exposed.

Witty, laced with believable mysticism and fast-paced action, Senate Magic transcends the usual political novel and presents an intriguing and seductive vision of what our future could have been.

Jeanne Mozier at Book SigningAbout the author

Ivy League educated and CIA trained, Jeanne Mozier is an award-winning writer, political adviser and noted astrologer. For more than four decades, her magic work has taken her from the halls of Congress and lunch at the Kremlin to global television broadcasts. Jeanne’s world of things and people with a slightly different perspective is based in the historic spa town of Berkeley Springs where there really is a stone castle.

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Jeanne Mozier’s newest book is a political novel titled Senate Magic (High Street Press, 2013). She’s an award-winning writer of fiction, nonfiction, short stories, and plays, including several books on West Virginia. After a life in academia, and then as a CIA analyst, Mozier has practiced astrology for more than 40 years, analyzing and projecting social and political trends. Her writing comes from working on political campaigns and originating statewide art events. Mozier was a syndicated columnist, TV host, and Arts Commissioner. She has received state, regional, and national awards for her community service and business success as a social entrepreneur. She holds degrees from Cornell and Columbia universities and lives in in Berkeley Springs.