Charles L. Grant – The Bloodwind (Fawcett 1982, 223 p.)
THE WIND IS WATCHING
Pat Shavers was an artist and a teacher. She'd had a rough life: a divorce, and the loss of her child. But now things seemed to be in order. Except for the strange force rising in the daily movements of her life. A threat rising in the envy of her colleagues, the jealousies of her new lover, the hidden enmity of those who seemed to be her friends. It was a dangerous fury gathering itself against her. The wind rose and whirled, threatening to destroy her.
For once this is the original by Fawcett. It was later also done by Tor. While the Doubleday covers, who also did a few of the early Grants, were mostly bland, Fawcett put a bit more effort in this.