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Refuge on the Mountain

By Cornelia Feye

Refuge on the Mountain

After a massive solar storm causes a catastrophic global blackout, Greg and Vega Stern escape with their extended family to their solar powered, self-sufficient mountain cabin.


Their survival is threatened when a dead body is found on the path behind their home, and a gang of lawless Neo-Nazis tries to take over their property.

'Once again Cornelia Feye has given her loyal readers a murder mystery that reveals human nature at its best and at its worst. Feye's work explores survival and race relations in this near future, post-apocalyptic tale that will keep you reading far into the night.' - Tamara Merrill, author of Shadows in our Bones

Additional Information:

Published 2024 (Konstellation Press) – ISBN: 9788986843278– Paperback - 304 pages


Rights: World

Cornelia Feye is an author, a publisher, and an art historian with a MA from the University of Tübingen. After a career in museum education at the Mingei, the San Diego Museum of Art, and the Athenaeum in La Jolla, and teaching at several colleges, she founded Konstellation Press in 2017, an indie publishing company for genre fiction, giving a voice to independent writers and create a supportive community for local authors.


Feye’s first Vega & Greg Stern mystery novel, Spring of Tears, an art mystery set in France, won the San Diego Book Award. House of the Fox, set in the Anza Borrego desert, and Private Universe, a coming-of-age mystery and travelogue followed. During the pandemic in 2020, she finished her fourth novel Death of a Zen Master, a mystery set in a remote Zen Monastery. Her new near-future, post-apocalyptic mystery and survival story, Refuge on the Mountain, is set at a remote mountain cabin. Feye is represented by Blackbird Literary Agency. Cornelia lives in Ocean Beach, San Diego, where she finds inspiration in her garden and always looks for the green flash.

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