Hi, friends! It’s going, going, gone!
This is just a short post to say if you’ve been on the fence about snatching up The Haunting of Chatham Hollow—co-authored by myself and Staci Trolio—consider grabbing your copy today.
Halloween is around the corner, spooky reading is fun,
and next week on 10/3, the price will increase from $2.99 to $4.99.
Thanks to everyone who has left reviews. Staci and I are thrilled by the enthusiastic response to our dual timeline mystery which features an alleged missing treasure, arson, curses, and murder. The story includes three lineages of characters whose paths continuously cross throughout the years—from the 1700s to 1888 to the present day, the mystery of Chatham Hollow spans centuries . . .
One founding father.
One deathbed curse.
A town haunted for generations.
Ward Chatham, founder of Chatham Hollow, is infamous for two things—hidden treasure and a curse upon anyone bold enough to seek it. Since his passing in 1793, no one has discovered his riches, though his legend has only grown stronger.
In 1888, charlatan Benedict Fletcher holds a séance to determine the location of Chatham’s fortune. It’s all a hoax so he can search for the gold, but he doesn’t count on two things—Victor Rowe, a true spiritualist who sees through his ruse, and Chatham’s ghost wreaking havoc on the town.
More than a century later, the citizens of the Hollow gather for the annual Founder’s Day celebration. A paranormal research team intends to film a special at Chatham Manor, where the original séance will be reenacted. Reporter and skeptic Aiden Hale resents being assigned the story, but even he can’t deny the sudden outbreak of strange happenings. When he sets out to discover who or what is threatening the Hollow—supernatural or not— his investigation uncovers decades-old conflicts, bitter rivalries, and ruthless murders.
This time, solving the mystery isn’t about meeting his deadline. It’s about not ending up dead.
Many thanks should you decide to walk the streets of Chatham Hollow. Staci and I hope you enjoy our ghost tale, and we wish you happy reading!
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