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Free Nook YA Horror/Myster Offer

For a limited time, I am offering a FREE Nook copy of The Epitaph of Jonas Barloff to anyone willing to rate/comment/review at Barnes & Noble and/or Goodreads.  Contact me directly at dean1@centurytel.net

 

Synopsis:  Popular high school senior, Daniel Townsend, is dead – victim of a suspicious car crash. Classmates Marc and Angela begin to investigate. A chance discovery pinpoints Daniel at a crumbling antebellum mansion – the old Jonas Barloff estate.

The house looks uninhabitable. Haunted. Evil.

While inspecting the Barloff family cemetery, Marc notices a towering grave marker with a perplexing inscription. What does the epitaph mean, and who is the old man claiming to be Jonas Barloff? To solve the mystery, Marc and Angela must comb through a phantom infested antebellum mansion. Witness a sordid grave exhumation. Attend a wicked, hair-raising séance. And learn the true identity of Jonas Barloff.

 

Will any of these pieces of the puzzle help them lay the mystery of Daniel’s death to rest once and for all? Oh, no! Not hardly! Not until they come face-to-face with an evil no one could possibly imagine. Even if they live to tell the story, no one will believe them. Not in a million years.