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“never disregard your imaginings”
Three years after his brother Peter’s suicide, David Blithe is still haunted by this cryptic message found scrawled on a piece of newspaper in his brother’s apartment. David can only believe that Peter must have gone insane… until the supernatural being that pushed his brother to his death finds David in Colorado. The encounter nearly kills him. Badly scarred, in a fight for his soul and his sanity, he escapes into the mountains.
Three months later, David collapses in the Montana cabin of Dr. Robert Marrick, his wife, and their teenage daughter, Jeannie. Something more than just coincidence seems to have driven David to the Marrick cabin, something that seems to revolve around the girl, but in the ensuing chaos, will he be able to save Jeannie’s life without losing his own?
The Imaginings takes the reader into a world where the questions of “right” and “wrong” aren’t so easily defined, locking David and Jeannie in battle with an evil that threatens not only their lives but ultimately all of humanity.
Approximately 125,000 words.
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“… [The Imaginings”] is a gripping read with gritty characters and nonstop action … I didn’t put the book down until I could read to the startling finish … Five stars.”
“I really enjoyed this book. I’m not normally a “horror” reader, but this one was so intriguing, I couldn’t put it down. The horror elements were not just there for the sake of being horrific – they really were necessary to the story.”
“… The Imaginings is a great tale of good vs. evil with believable and likeable characters … The author is creative and imaginative. His writing is wonderfully descriptive and gives the reader vivid mind’s-eye pictures of the action, environment, and surroundings … Five stars.”
“The scene in the cabin towards the beginning was a page-turner and a little disturbing. It’s frightening when you get a glimpse of a person not in total control of themselves … An exciting story. I think it would make a good movie.”
“… Would certainly recommend this book. I am not normally a horror/thriller genre reader, but felt this was an excellent balance of psychology, horror, suspense …”
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