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The Raven’s Curse
Here’s the set-up:
Susan Halliway is desperate to change her life. But something is desperate to hunt her…
A serial killer begins to leave increasingly frightening notes for Susan after he kills each of his victims, little girls with blond hair and bright eyes. She receives details of the killings days before the bodies are found with no knowledge of how to find them or stop the killer.
The trouble is, the killings match a storyline on the soap opera “Hope Falls”. The storyline where Susan’s old character was the final victim.
Turning to Erin Edwards, the script writer who wrote the “Hope Falls” storyline, they both try to solve the puzzle of who is killing little girls and why they‘ve targeted Susan. When Erin and Susan both receive curses, the bodies of dead ravens found nearby, they know that this is no ordinary killer.
Meanwhile, Derrick Madison, Susan’s old flame comes back into her life.
Will Derrick’s flame for Susan get in the way of his police investigation? Or will Susan’s lust for Derrick blind her to powerful secrets that Derrick may be withholding from her.
They will need all their cunning, all their daring, if they are to reach the end of this hunt alive…
From the reviewers:
“A unique premise executed with humor, suspense and a touch of the macabre. You’ll enjoy the surprising blend that Wolf brings to the world of soap operas.” Caridad Pineiro, New York Times Best Selling Author of The Calling Series and Sins of the Flesh
“True to soap opera form, Jamieson Wolf throws in enough twists and turns in the wild plot that will have readers on the edge of their seats for an incredible ride. They also make the reader check under the bed and leave the lights on at night. Wolf knows how to tear at the reader’s heart strings one minute, and then creep you out with a truly frightening homage to the horror film industry the next. For anyone looking for a fast read that entertains as a thriller, a humor story, a mystery, and a horror novel, this is it. — Sandy Lender, Author of the Best Selling Choices Meant for Gods and Choices Meant for Kings
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