After the mysterious disappearance of twenty-six year old wife and mother Lisa Smalley, her twin, Audra Roper, begins having dark and disturbing visions of Lisa’s disappearance. Trying to survive while looking for Lisa, Audra’s life becomes a roller coaster of risks, heartbreak, and intrigue.
THE HAUNTING OF BARB MARIE
Even as a child, Barb Marie saw dead people. This took an unhealthy toil on her throughout her childhood and young adulthood.
When twenty-nine year old Ginger discovers the old mansion Summer Wind, she is mysteriously drawn to it. . Immediately, the haunting’s have a negative and profound effect on the family.
THE TRUTH BEHIND THE LIES-laying the Norfolk ghost to rest
Solving the brutal murder of American born Ruthie Geil becomes a gauntlet of attacks and more murders for Federal Police Inspector Ian Christian. Between the victims family, ex-lovers, and ghostly occurrences on Norfolk Island, the killer is closer than anyone realizes.
THE LEGEND OF LAKE MANOR
For the young psychic Cassandra Lopez, coming to the infamous and haunted mansion Lake Manor, was more like a mission.
When young newlyweds Bill and Gayle move into their new apartment, their lives are plagued with sightings of evil ghosts that threaten their marriage and lives.
When Carrie Reynold’s starts having nightmares on her twenty-sixth birthday, she believes her “dark visions” can solve the twenty year disappearance of her father.
For a young couple in love with college ambitions Seattle, Washington
was the perfect place to fall in love and marry. Little did Bill and Gayle Price
know, but their happiness, their faith in each other and their sense of security
would be tested beyond human limits.
“Well…how does being a married woman feel?” asked friend and
“Is it true the sex gets better after marriage?” asked a second friend Amy,
the bombshell horn dog.
Without hesitation, the plump and bubbly blond newlywed said,
“Fantastic. I would recommend marriage to anyone.”
“Well, I hope when I meet that special someone I feel and look as jubilant
as you are right now,” said Sukie with a big smile.
“You will,” said Gayle, noticing her groom driving up. “There’s my ride.
I’ll see ya in class.”
Sukie and Amy nodded and waved to Bill who waved back before opening
the door for his wife. The young honeymooners kissed and drove off
“I found an apartment in a great neighborhood,” said Bill, passing the
newspaper to his startled wife.
She read the notice. “This apartment is located in the preppy part of town.
We can’t possible afford it.”
“It’s only fifteen dollars more than what we pay now,” he said. “And it’s
in a low crime area. I have a great feeling about this place.
“Is that where we’re going now?” she asked, not recognizing the turns her
excited husband was making.
“Yes. I told the realtor we were sick of the rowdy campus life and wanted
a better neighborhood. She said this place sounded like what we were looking
for. She said to come right over.”
Minutes later they arrived at the perspective new home. The first thing
they noticed while approaching the first floor flat was the abundant amount of
torn and broken furniture in the front yard. “What happened here?” Gayle
asked, giving the rubbish the once over. “It looks like an animal chewed up the
Just as baffled as his bride, Bill said, “Maybe they had a big dog. I’m sure
there’s a reasonable explanation for all this.”
“There is!” chirped a voice from behind.
The couple turned and found the thirty-something realtor waiting for them.
“Hi,” she said. “You happy-looking folks must be Mr. and Mrs. Price?”
“Yes, we are,” replied Bill, extending his hand as his wife repeated his
“Whose property is this?” asked Gayle, pointing to the junk.
“Oh…it belonged to the last occupant. They left unexpectedly,” she said,
“Did something happen here that we should be concerned about?” asked
Bill. “I mean, this area is known for its antique stores and art walk. Not riff-raff
“It was nothing criminal, I assure you,” she said. “Let’s go inside and have
a tour.” She gave no further explanation.
Bill and Gayle apprehensively followed the enthusiastic woman into the
apartment. Once inside they noticed extensive remodeling in process. “The
paint and carpets look brand new,” said Gayle, noticing the work crew moving
“Yes!” piped the realtor. “We gutted the entire place after the last tenants.
New floorboards, new dry wall, new fixtures.”
“Well, the rent is certainly in our price range,” said Bill. “Isn’t it, honey?”
“Oh, yes…it is,” whispered Gayle. She had an uneasy feeling about the
place. But it would be silly to turn down such a great apartment, she thought.
“Great!” said the realtor. “You can move in Friday. I have the rental
agreement right here.” She promptly removed the lease from her briefcase, and
the young couple applied their John Hancock’s. It was a done deal.