“He’ll Be Waiting”
by Liz Alterman
When Tess Porter agrees to pick up her boyfriend’s college pal at the airport on a snowy December night, she has no idea she’s about to embark on the most dangerous ride of her life. Two days later, the 17-year-old wakes up in a hospital with broken bones, unable to remember how she got there.
Her parents are acting strangely, and neither James, her boyfriend, nor her best friend Izzy has visited. As she struggles to physically recover, Tess wrestles with haunting questions: What happened? Will her memory ever return? And what if she’s better off not recalling any of it? Purchase at https://amzn.to/2PtOUHi.
by William Francis
“Who is the Lady of Ellerslie?” F. Scott Fitzgerald is hoping for a quiet retreat to write his next novel following “The Great Gatsby.” He and his wife Zelda rent a mansion in Delaware known as Ellerslie. Their stay is anything but quiet. There is another guest staying at Ellerslie — a female spirit who roams the property.
Looking to sell Ellerslie, the owner hires April Ross, the only female student at the University of Delaware’s History Department, to research the estate’s history. It doesn’t take long before April realizes the true reason she was hired — to uncover the identity of the ghost. Purchase at https://amzn.to/3l8Jmxe.
“Walking with Ghosts on Ward’s Pond”
by Heidi Sprouse
In 1906, the murder of factory worker Grace Brown, found dead in a lake, rocks the nation. Her lover, Chester Gillette, is the main suspect. Journalist Charlie Baxter goes to the former home of Judge Ward, prosecutor in the case, where he finds himself haunted by Chester’s ghost. He hears a scream and is stunned to meet Katherine Grace Brown, a woman who shares the name of the murder victim.
Katherine is tortured by nightmares of the same man and woman in a boat on a summer’s night. She resembles the woman and feels her terror the moment she falls overboard. Katherine is hoping to find peace, but instead finds herself pulled into an old murder case. Purchase at https://amzn.to/3rO2e7w.
“Love Him/Hate Him”
by Chris Bedell
Seventeen-year-old Connor doesn’t believe his best friend Evelyn’s death was an accident. Falling down the stairs was random, and Connor can’t help but wonder if someone might’ve pushed her. Determined to find out the truth, Connor starts his own investigation.
He suspects a married man with whom she was having an affair, but he has an airtight alibi.
Complicating the situation is Connor’s unexpected hookup with Evelyn’s twin brother, Liam, who is trapped between his attraction to Connor and his abusive father. Connor struggles with his growing attraction for Liam. Their secret rendezvous are fun, but if Connor is going to have more with Liam, he’ll have to be honest about his feelings and his suspicions of who killed Evelyn. Will either survive the truth? Purchase at https://amzn.to/38An9n0.
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