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The River at Night by Erica Ferencik

This was an interesting book. I thought that Ferencik did a nice job of mixing in the suspenseful elements while still progressing the story. I found myself wanting to know what would happen next and not being able to predict it, for the most part. If you enjoy a good mystery that’s set in the outdoors, then this one is for you. I gave it four stars instead of five due to some of the dialogue between the women lacking believability.

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The Lights Will Never Fade, FREE On Kindle, 2/24-2/28

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Get The Earth Bleeds Red For $.99

In celebration of the audiobook now being available, pick up the Kindle version of The Earth Bleeds Red for only $.99 (Feb. 16-23)

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Enter To Win The Kindle Version Of My Books

Click on the covers below to win a Kindle copy of my books. Or, they are only $2.99, so pick up a copy today. The drawing ends January 26 at midnight.

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The Lights Will Never Fade Teaser

A big thank you to @SurpassedGod on Twitter for making this. It was a nice surprise and is appreciated. Click on the photo below to see it and follow their Twitter as well.

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The Lights Will Never Fade, Available On The Kindle

Eighteen-year-old Peyton Hamilton is a typical Midwest girl – until the Shadow helps her escape the most gruesome murder that the small town of Jenks, Oklahoma has ever seen.

Soon after, she returns home only to find the rest of her family dead.

Haunted by the Shadow ever since, Peyton is not the only one this supernatural being has chosen – and now, no one is safe from its wrath. Escaping to live with her only living relative, Peyton discovers that they both have dark secrets that cannot remain buried.

Secrets which fuel the Shadow’s vengeance.

In the end, can Peyton prevent any more bloodshed, or is there no stopping this supernatural nightmare?

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