Crystal Clear, A Supernatural Mystery

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When loved ones depart we hope they are going to a far better place. But what if we cling to their spirit too long, allowing evil to enter in through the space made for their departure? Pure evil, that desires to walk on earth again in human form and plans to stay here forever. An evil with unlimited powers and the ability to pass between the world of the living, and the void of the dying. More

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About R. C. Drake

R. C. Drake owns and operates a small business in her hometown in Southeast Texas. She is married and has two fine sons, two beautiful granddaughters, and one very special grandson. She loves reading, writing, painting and working in the yard. She hopes you enjoy her work and invites you to visit her website for updates:

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Crystal Clear A Supernatural Mystery
Loss of a loved one has caused Susan to lose touch with reality. She has allowed her imagination to take control of her life. Evil has entered into our world and wants to stay. If Susan cannot face reality she may lose everything she holds dear.

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Review by: James Anderson on July 29, 2012 :
This is a touching supernatural mystery which deals delicately with issues of family, love, loss and the need to let go of our loved ones when the time comes.

This is not my usual reading genre so was not sure how much I would like it. Needn't have worried. It was a captivating and at times thoroughly disturbing ghost story. Expertly written and edited, the pages almost turned themselves, the reading was so fluent. I blame R.C. Drake for keeping me up far too late past my bedtime. But I just had to finish this tale. A very quick read and highly satisfying story. Great characters and dialogue. Not too gruesome but it will keep you up at night.

The ending has a nice twist too.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Edwin Stark on Oct. 14, 2011 :
Neat and engaging supernatural story with a lot of punch in its unexpected end-of-story twist. You may start digging into it without many expectations, but you'll discover quite a few nice surprises as you read along. I'm not articularly fond of the ghost genre, mind you, but I certainly liked this book. Give it a try.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: J. C. Allen on Sep. 06, 2011 :
When Susan, a young mother, loses her husband, she flees with her daughter Caroline to another town to escape the memories. But she soon discovers she did not escape everything. Her eccentric next-door neighbor manages to reveal the truth and help Susan save her daughter before it’s too late.

“Crystal Clear” by R. C. Drake is a moving, tender story. It is a testament to a mother’s love and the strength that love has over evil.

I got to read the newly-edited version, and was very pleased with the writing and editing. It’s a wonderful story.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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