Barry Boswell had a despicable childhood on the hard streets of New Jersey’s lost avenue of despair. He was sent to an orphanage when his drug-infested parents died. Years later he was adopted by a loving family and changed his name. Barry loved photography and after many years in the profession, he won the highest prize for a photographer, the Nobel Prize. Known the world over for his photography, his photographic genius captured amazing images but they also captured stories that begged to be told. His photo’s prompted movies to be made and books to be written. Later in life, he specialized in wildlife photography and set up cameras all over his extensive wooded properties to catch the animals in their natural habitat. However, when he began capturing disturbing murderous images, he started a dangerous investigation into the photographs. The graphic images muddled his mind to the point where nothing else mattered. Along with friends, he set out to remote locations in search of clues to the disturbing images but found nothing. He brought a series of law enforcement agencies and detectives into the mystery, but their findings only intensified the mystery until one detective linked his disturbing findings to Barry’s seldom talked about early life in the orphanage and his own well-documented but secretive murderous past. A past that was buried so deep that he was convinced that his teenage deeds were unsettling horrific nightmares. Follow Barry into a dangerous world of photographic confusion that brought his past back into his present and threatened his very existence with deadly consequences.
The Porters were also godparents—the second parents—to Perry’s daughter, Connie. Because Perry’s firstborn was a daughter, he thought that it broke the long-standing family curse. However, he created another, more cruel curse, for his daughter to endure. Max buys a castle in upstate New York, where both families shared memories and lives. But this castle, built by Alonzo Antonelli in the mid-eighteen hundreds, holds dark mysteries and hidden rooms and fables of hidden treasures that lied within. Subsequent generations of sons of the Antonelli family disappeared mysteriously within the walls of the manor attempting to find the treasure. What’s behind the walls of this house that caused such pain to three families?
Accompany Connie, Perry’s daughter, as she goes on a search—a quest—to stop the curse, and to unravel the mysterious Antonelli disappearances. She accused fate for her many tragedies in life and gallantly fought it to change her lot in life and by doing so destroying the curse. She set out to rescue the castle from that unseen and unknown entity –fate.
Eyes Beyond the Wall is a different kind of book in which it starts out as historical in explaining a family line and the wealth they incur. A curse will plague the family. That part I will let you read about and not spoil it for you. Everything seems to run wonderfully until Constance comes along. A roller-coaster of emotions are evoked in this drama/thriller. Sometimes I had to wonder where the author got his material. But then I figured his muse hit him at different times and made the book a success. A lengthy read with well-developed characters. I recommend this book for a rainy weekend read. Kudos to the author once again on capturing my imagination.
Cristina is a new veterinarian with a passion for protecting animals. She fought against shelters that euthanize animals to save money instead of creating a robust animal adoption center for older animals. However, her mentor and kindly old Vet who owned the clinic where she interned, died sud-denly leaving the business to his son who only cared about making money. He hired a heartless busi-ness partner to modernize the clinic. However, with the modernization came an ominous oven de-signed to cremate newly euthanized animals. She read a newly written decree that their clinic had changed its policy on unwanted animals. An incensed Cristina fought hard against the practice and eventually won the hearts and minds of the small community sending the young business partner and the new owner into bankruptcy. During a vacation designed to get her away from the clinic while the owner and business part-ner installed the controversial oven, she met up with ex-hunter, Paul McClaren, her longtime, on again, off again, boyfriend who wanted desperately to get her back full-time. His enduring love of hunting gave her pause in pursuing a lasting relationship. Her loving nature changed his views on hunt-ing once he saw Cristina calm a charging wild cougar just by talking to it. From then on, her beauty and her devout love for animals of all kinds, captured his heart and changed his belief in all animal’s desire to live a long happy life. Paul owned multiple no kill clinics that he inherited from his father who shared Cristina’s love of animals in and around Denver Colorado. Together, they fought to eliminate the prac-tice of euthanasia and longed for a time when both could run a large animal sanctuary. A former zoo with a five-hundred-acre tract came on the market and Paul purchased it imme-diately. He was wary of the inexpensive price but purchased it anyway. However, the former owners didn’t relay the property’s deadly past until it was too late. Read how Paul and Cristina navigate the hellish acres of the abandoned Wingate Zoo. Don’t walk in the tall grass. See how they withstand the horrors surrounding them as they strive to stay alive long enough to find a way out of the cursed acres.
THE RED DIRT PARADOX GARY D. HENRY
#SUSPENSE, #DARK FANTASY, #PARANORMAL, #TIME TRAVEL
Trent Pritchard grew up in a small town in Central West Virginia called Red Dirt. The town of less than three hundred people was on no map. His father, Ben, ran a sportsman store supporting the town’s pastime of camping and hunting in the undiscovered forests surrounding the town. Trent’s father grew up with a group of friends affectionately named The Lost River Boys. Trent enjoyed his life until something evil crept into causing his parents and many deaths in the town. He need-ed the Lost River Boys’ history to untangle his present and future. The Kolb brothers were the worst kind of lawless rednecks. Together, they terrorized the town’s citizens.
The sons of the once beloved Randolph Kolb, they felt that they owned the town. Rape, murder, fights and overall evil permeated their existence. Soon, even their father couldn’t control his sons and in his advancing years, he feared them as well. When His parents were killed, Trent had enough and planned his revenge but when he was kidnapped and buried alive, he thought that all was lost but little did he know that it was just the beginning of a story that twisted time and events that happened and didn’t happen well before he was born, proved to be the only way to correct many wrongs. Follow Trent into worlds far away from his small town as he repairs the past to correct his future.
June 20, 2017
Format: Kindle Edition
omg this book was amazing! had me confused at first to what was going on. its about a town with five redneck boys who dont know how to follow the law. two people are not affraid of them and go aganist them. will they pay the price in the end? read to find out! thanks for giving me a chance to read this book!
ABOUT THE BOOK
This is the continuing story of Falling Waters. Newly departed Preston Rhodes rules over Falling Waters, the benevolent town made up of recently and long deceased actors from the golden age of movie-making. Once the thespians make contact with Preston, one of their senses were returned to them. The sense of touch returned to them and they rejoiced because they were able to feel again and they all thought that it is their first step back to life. The famous actors and actresses can change their ages instantly to perform movies that made them famous on the stage in an amphitheater in the center of town. Some actors stay in Falling Waters and perform regular jobs to make them feel more alive. Other spirits return to wherever they find utopia exists. Jack and Jill Tilson return as Preston’s best friends. Rick is released from jail early through…
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Witches, most maligned as evil emissaries of the devil himself, have mystified us for centuries. The devil placed women, perceived to have sold their souls, into communities to wreak havoc on society. The Puritan leaders, during the birth of the country, believed this when they systematically tried to rid the world of witches during the Salem witch trials in 1692. To the religious zealots of the time, the trials rectified the perceived departure of the accused from the group’s strict puritanical beliefs and rid their community of the impurities that the so-called witches represented. One of those convicted witches escaped the tyranny of the times and cast her revenge deep within the woods of Tennessee. Three couples, all young and excessively rich, decided to spend their twenties exploring the world and then embarking on starting families and living the American dream. The friends were inseparable, all with a love for travel and genuine care for each other. Josh and Sydney Fenton began to grow their wealth directly out of college. Hank and Nancy Peterson inherited his family’s business valued at one and a half billion dollars. Ethan, Josh’s brother, and Doug, Nancy’s brother, met a year after Hank met Nancy. Ethan and Doug each owned a large, profitable design firm. The couple married in California, a state that allowed the legal union of same-sex partners. They then merged their enterprises to form the largest design firm in the world. The group of close friends traveled extensively throughout the world for eight years, visiting such renowned and reportedly haunted sites as The Tower of London in England, Edinburgh Castle in Scotland, and the Hollywood-Roosevelt Hotel in California. The friends soon unanimously agreed that, above all others, the scary places in the world most thrilled and captivated their imaginations.