SPENCER HELD ON to the faintest of hope, but still he knew the trip to Ireland had almost no prospect of remedying his internal dilemma. Then again, he never imagined that a chance meeting with a lost and dying dog named Shandy would change his life forever. Step into the small Irish village of Galbally, where the unwitting Spencer stumbles headfirst into a parallel world that will test his will, sanity, and even physical well-being. Time and promise are running out. Will unnatural forces and events scare Spencer away before he can connect again with the mysterious dog? Will he find his way forward before Shandy meets her inevitable fate? Or will suspicious locals and a nefarious Dublin innkeeper force Spencer from the village before he completes his life-altering mission? Follow Spencer as he races to save a little Irish dog named Shandy. If he only realized that it is Shandy who is trying to save him…
Flicker is a modern-day ghost story set in a haunted diner. When Charlie Brace buys, refurbishes, and opens a diner that’s been up on blocks for many years, he gets much more than he bargained for, from neon signs that flicker insanely, to a quirky staff, to odd customers, to an even stranger hobo-philosopher who picks through his dumpster while lecturing him on the moon and mythology, to the amorous advances of the previous owner’s widow, to a mysterious mother and child who appear at the diner one morning carrying steaming baskets of pies that are, in a word, charmed, to the appearance of ghosts with murderous intentions.
Are the mother and child ghosts or do they just bake great pies? What about Charlie’s head waitress, who dresses like a woman from the 1950s and spouts diner lingo no one has used in years? What about the man in the dumpster? What about the widow, who seems to be holding back about her husband’s death? And what about the customers, who grow anxious and impatient whenever the pie runs out? Who exactly are the ghosts, why are they haunting the diner, and why do they want to kill Charlie?
L. Rett Boswell is also the author of The Leadership Secrets of Squirrels and SKELETON: A Bare Bones Mystery.
The unexplained deaths of two high school boys.
A small-town deputy haunted by ghosts.
Can he find the truth before he becomes the next victim?
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Mystery and intrigue creep in after the deaths of two boys shake the quiet peace of Wattsville, Maine. Spirits of the slain cry out for justice, while their restless ghosts walk the halls of the old monastery. Faith, forensics, and falsehood mix together to thicken the plot of this elaborate murder mystery. Follow Deputy Christopher Williams in this first book of The Monastery Murders trilogy, as his team pits science against religion in a battle for the truth. Haunted by ghosts and stalked by a killer, will they become victims themselves, or will they discover the Secrets in the Shallows?
Also from this Author:
Devil in the Details (Book 2, The Monastery Murders series)
Method in the Madness (Book 3, The Monastery Murders series)
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When Lenora Oakley wakes up in a hospital bed, she remembers falling down the stairs. She remembers the fleeting glance of a red dress.
But did she trip or was she pushed?
Only Lenora knows and she won’t tell because she’s frightened that no one will believe her.
‘The Girl in the Red Dress’ is a contemporary ghost story with a chilling twist.
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A gothic ghost story in which something stirs amidst the fading light of Victorian England.
Welcome to Wiltshire in the autumn of 1843. Monsieur Benoit Lavarnier, toast of the Parisian art world and a man of cultured accomplishments, finds himself commissioned to paint a portrait of renowned beauty, Lady Helena Brocklington. He arrives at Shrimmingwood Hall not only with the accoutrements of his trade, but also, so it would seem, with something sinister lurking in his train.
An understated ghostly novelette, Victorian in sensibility and style, that immerses the reader in a tale of obsession, terror, and vengeance. Part of the Tales of the Uncanny series and companion piece to Epona. Also available in paperback alongside three other stories in Uncanny Tales from the English Shires, or in Kindle with six other stories in A Ghost Story Omnibus: Collected Ghost Stories 2016-2018.
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Haunted by terrifying nightmares and a mysterious prophecy, a young man embarks on a 3,000-mile trek through the African bush. From Victoria Falls at night during a lunar rainbow to the great African savannah stampeding with wildebeest to the evocative Serengeti with Mt. Kilimanjaro rising up with the dawn, The Light Behind Blue Circles captures some of Africa’s most iconic scenery. This is a ghost story-it’s about that rumble in your stomach when adrenaline surges. It’s that feeling you get when you stand in the dark and hear an animal growling from only feet away, or sense there’s someone else in a gloomy room. Although this fictional story has characters that are Maasai, it is not about their culture as much as a web that several Maasai and a Seer get drawn into, along with several travelers. Start reading, and you’ll never look at Africa the same again.