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People-watching inspires local author's supernatural novel

Patrick Whitehurst/The Daily Courier<br>Paranormal fiction author Delena Epstein poses in the parking lot at the outdoor Prescott mall where she found the inspiration for her latest novel, “Homeless.” The book focuses on a young artist  and her supernatural connection with a homeless woman.

Patrick Whitehurst/The Daily Courier<br>Paranormal fiction author Delena Epstein poses in the parking lot at the outdoor Prescott mall where she found the inspiration for her latest novel, “Homeless.” The book focuses on a young artist and her supernatural connection with a homeless woman.

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