FICTION / Thrillers / Psychological
FICTION / Ghost
FICTION / Horror
FICTION / Occult & Supernatural
FICTION / Thrillers / Supernatural
FICTION / Thrillers / Suspense
Bundle | 342 pgs. | Reg. $3.99 | Series: Rancor, Books 1 & 2 | Formats: Ebook, Paperback | Size: EPUB (519 KB), Kindle (2 MB) | Published 2015
Sometimes, resentful spirits pursue souls until they get what they want—vengeance and sinful pleasures. A haunted turn of the century sanatorium, a seer, and twisted characters dominate this paranormal, psychological thriller.
(Part 1) After Maggie McGee’s husband had committed suicide in their home, Maggie needed a place to live that would not remind her of the recent tragedy. She finds an affordable apartment in an old building sitting on a bluff along the shoreline of Lake Michigan. Maggie knew the building used to be a tuberculosis sanatorium, later transformed into a psychiatric hospital until finally closing its doors in 1969 due to patient abuse. However, what she did not know was that sometimes, sinister attachments from the past pursue souls until their evil needs are satisfied. Maggie questions her sanity and grasp of reality, as diabolic and envious predators work against her in this paranormal, psychological thriller.
(Part 2) Committed to a psychiatric hospital for psychosis, Maggie McGee has lost contact with reality. Spirits from the past have completed the task of leaving her in a living hell, allowing the dark-robed demon to feed on her for the rest of her life. But Maggie has Ethel, a seer, working on her behalf. Will Ethel be able to fight the evil forces without losing her mind? Will she be able to convince Detective Becker to believe her unbelievable story of ghosts, or will he consider her mentally unstable.? Will Ethel listen to the psychiatrist and trust his diagnosis that Maggie has a mental disorder brought on by her husband’s death, and not by entities? Or is the murderer someone else? Follow along as parasitic beings continue to smother Maggie, relentlessly pursue Ethel and whoever may be in the way of their promised existence of ecstasy.