Here's the pitch:
Some places are abandoned for a reason.
When newlywed Rachel Corrigan agrees to accompany her husband, Tom, to his family estate before starting their lives together in the city, it is an opportunity to get to know him and to explore the manor where he grew up. But when Rachel arrives she finds Corrigan House strange, the nearby town empty, and her husband's sudden cold demeanor increasingly frightening. She soon learns that one year ago, Tom's first wife, Lavinia, took her own life in the twisted forest behind Corrigan House. The servants claim that her spirit resides there still, calling out from the wood, her voice as clear as the day she died.
In an abandoned town where everyone harbors a secret, Rachel finds herself a prisoner in a place which is becoming increasingly treacherous. When the village priest is found savagely stabbed and on the edge of death, it becomes clear that the remaining townsfolk - witnesses to Lavinia's demise - are being hunted down one by one. But Lavinia Corrigan is dead. Isn't she?
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In other news, I have joined the world of social media again, and you can find me on Facebook and TikTok, where I've been the most active. It's really good to be back in the world again after a long break, and I've got a lot of exciting projects in the works right now, which will be coming to you soon. Some of these include: a bizarro haunted house novel with a monster; a series about a family of dark witches spread across the world in 1865; book three of the Frankie Mourning series which I describe as a really murdery and horrifying version of The Labyrinth; and a novel about a walled city where the inhabitants believe they are divided into factions of heroes and villains, and the sheriff who has to keep the place from devolving into chaos.
Anyway, those are all coming in the next year or two, so keep an ear out for them. Thanks so much for all your support and generosity the past few years. I was incredibly ill for a long time, but now that I am well again, nothing can stop me from continuing to write weird books for you all until the end of time. Thank you for being here. (But also, don't be afraid to buy the book ;) )