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A series of unexplained murders and a near-fatal accident propel a desperate woman down a dark and sinister road.
Twenty-four-year-old Amanda Holston dreams of getting a little excitement in her life. In the sleepy town of Skidway Lake, that may be asking too much. One snowy morning, while walking through the woods, Amanda stumbles upon the mutilated remains of a young woman. Hours later, police uncover two more bodies. When things seem to be getting interesting, Amanda is in a near-fatal accident, causing her sanity to come into question. She hears voices in her head and sees a dark man in her dreams. She blames the delusions on the accident. But the dark man is all too real.

It starts with the discovery of a body – a beautiful young woman. After a particularly nasty unsolved murder in New York left him shaken and suffering from amnesia, Detective Levi Sterling moved to the small town of Alger in an attempt to rewrite his life. Today, a decade later, he’s tasked with solving a string of hauntingly familiar murders. According to the town’s only medical examiner, it appears to be the work of an animal, though Sterling’s mysterious new neighbor claims otherwise. It's a case that makes Sterling question everything––including his sanity. But when the medical examiner vanishes, he’s left to wonder, is she a hapless victim, or a criminal mastermind?

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The Enchanted

Rebecca Gentry, or Becca, has grown up on her beloved grandmother’s stories—tales of castles, evil Lords, witches, and begins of a magical realm. These stories, she’s told, were handed down through the generations of her family. When Becca’s grandmother dies, a week before her sixteenth birthday—leaving her and father a large amount of money and a castle in Scotland—things begin to change for Becca. Especially, when it’s discovered her grandmother’s estate, Castle Fordottar, has a long and dark history. Becca soon realizes her Grandmother’s stories may not be mere fairy tales, after all.

A series of unexplained murders and a near-fatal accident propel a desperate woman down a dark and sinister road.
Twenty-four-year-old Amanda Holston dreams of getting a little excitement in her life. In the sleepy town of Skidway Lake, that may be asking too much. One snowy morning, while walking through the woods, Amanda stumbles upon the mutilated remains of a young woman. Hours later, police uncover two more bodies. When things seem to be getting interesting, Amanda is in a near-fatal accident, causing her sanity to come into question. She hears voices in her head and sees a dark man in her dreams. She blames the delusions on the accident. But the dark man is all too real.

It starts with the discovery of a body – a beautiful young woman. After a particularly nasty unsolved murder in New York left him shaken and suffering from amnesia, Detective Levi Sterling moved to the small town of Alger in an attempt to rewrite his life. Today, a decade later, he’s tasked with solving a string of hauntingly familiar murders. According to the town’s only medical examiner, it appears to be the work of an animal, though Sterling’s mysterious new neighbor claims otherwise. It's a case that makes Sterling question everything––including his sanity. But when the medical examiner vanishes, he’s left to wonder, is she a hapless victim, or a criminal mastermind?

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