Crow Calling: New Maya Skye Book Coming Nov. 1

Crows have invaded the town. Maya Skye finds a dead man. This is not normal for Gabriel’s Garden. In fact, Maya’s small Minnesota town really doesn’t know what to do with murder—or crows. Can Maya catch a killer and bring peace back to her town?

Here’s what Faith Sullivan, author of Good Night, Mr. Wodehouse, says about Crow Calling: “In Crow Calling, Sherry Roberts seamlessly weaves murder, ecology and small-town paranoia into a mystery only her beautiful, intuitive yoga instructor, Maya Skye, could unravel—for it is Maya who understands the language of crows. Reader, enjoy!”

Crow Calling, Book Three in the Maya Skye series, available November 1 in print and eBook.

Welcome from Sherry

I started out as a reporter in Missouri and Vermont, wrote op-ed pieces for USA Today, and now I write short stories and novels. My mysteries and fiction combine humor and unforgettable characters as they explore issues of the day. I’m in love with the quirky, and it shows in my books.

My essays on topics ranging from current events to the Sanity Toolkit (ideas to get you through the day) are collected at The Hearth. My articles on yoga are posted at A Moment of Yoga.

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Maud's House

Ever want to draw on the walls? A novel about a town that loses and finds its creativity.

Book of Mercy

A woman with dyslexia fights a town banning books. A humorous look at a serious subject: censorship.

Down Dog Diary

Fearless yoga teacher Maya Skye vows to protect a mysterious diary and find the  person who killed her mentor.

Warrior's Revenge

Threatening messages send Maya Skye and reporter Peter Jorn down a path of revenge and betrayal.

Crow Calling

A murdered environmentalist. An invasion of crows. A town on the edge. Can Maya Skye find the killer before someone else dies?