Anne Francis Scott
Paranormal Mystery Author
Anne Francis Scott lives in the wooded hills of Tennessee with her husband and two dogs, a short drive from the Smoky Mountains where her paranormal mysteries take place. Home is a log cabin she and her husband built on four acres. She spends a good part of her days up in the loft with her characters, sometimes getting distracted by a squirrel that hops down from a tree to use the deck railing as a highway.
Her background is in music and production. For a while, she worked as a sound recording engineer, and later, on the business end of things, as Financial Controller for Capricorn Records. But she has always enjoyed telling stories about things that go bump in the night, a passion that began one long-ago Halloween around a campfire. She’s been hooked ever since.
Anne is a member of Sisters in Crime and Romance Writers of America. She donates copies of her books to the county and the local library, and her first paranormal mystery novel, Lost Girl, was converted to Braille for the visually impaired. She uses music to jump-start her muse, anything from rock to classical, depending on her mood, and she LOVES spending time with her family.
She always appreciates hearing from readers. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
~ Coming Soon ~ LOST SOULS ~ Book Two of the Lost Trilogy
After reeling from the backlash of a decades-old murder, the residents of Dawson Mills believe the worst is behind them.
But the nightmare isn’t over.
As commercial development north of town gets underway, remnants of past lives are reduced to smoldering piles of rotted and paint-chipped wood. And the dead begin to stir.
There’s something in the woods. An ancient, unseen thing that steals the light and turns the air to ice.
An evil no one may be able to stop . . .
Thanks for reading,
Where to find Anne Francis Scott online
Lost Girl (Book One of the Lost Trilogy) A Paranormal Mystery
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Allison Weathers doesn't believe in ghosts. But when a tragic twist of fate leads her to a small mountain town in East Tennessee, she soon learns that the dead don't always stay silent. Thrust into a haunted world where the paranormal and evil collide, she has one hope of survival: unravel the sinister history of the old Victorian farmhouse she's purchased, and find the link to her muddled past.
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