Misty Falls

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Todd Seaward is a widower at sixty-nine years old and feels blessed to have inherited a handful and colourful set of friends in his new residential home, Misty Falls.

This suddenly changes when a new carer is employed, and a road of verbal and physical abuse begins to make his life a misery by Joseph File. More
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About Shaun Whittington

Shaun mainly writes dark tales with twists, not necessarily all out horror, and likes to keep his writing spelling to U.K. English, because it's easier for him.

He has written short stories over a number of years for First Publishing and Skive Magazine, before turning to novels.

Some of his novels are available for FREE. And he has recently signed a contract with Severed Press for his apocalyptic Ghostland books.

Books available since July 2013:

The Monkey Wing
Misty Falls
Black Hour
The Prison Diaries
The Z Word
Snatchers (a zombie novel)
Snatchers 2: The Dead Don't Sleep
Snatchers 3; The Dead Don't Cry
Snatchers 4: The Dead Don't Pity
Snatchers 5: The Dead Don't Breathe
Snatchers 6: The Dead Don't Feel
Snatchers 7: The Dead Don't Yield
Snatchers 8: The Dead Don't Pray
Snatchers 9: The Dead Don't Scream
Snatchers 10: The Dead Don't Care
Snatchers 11: The Dead Don't Knock
Snatchers 12: The Dead Don't Yell
Monsterland 2
Monsterland 3
The Girl with the Flying Saucer Eyes
Ghostland 2
Ghostland 3 (tba)
Some Men are Haunted (Raven Hill)
Some Men are Evil (Raven Hill 2)
Some Men are Killers (Raven Hill 3)
August (tba)

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Peter Barns reviewed on on Oct. 29, 2013

A great read
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Lucille Bates reviewed on on July 11, 2013
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I thoroughly enjoyed your book. I do believe what you wrote to be true. there are bully's every where. People that wish to feather their own nest at the expense of the vulnerable. I disgusted this particular book with another reader. Pam had already read the book and had the same great opinion of the story. Lucy B
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Nora Lee reviewed on on June 27, 2013
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This story is set in a nursing home where people sit waiting for God to claim them. The writing is good and I saw the hint of a drama to be played out among the patients and staff. I'm at an age where I really don't want to read about what could be my end place on earth. No rating.
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Linda Winey reviewed on on June 16, 2013

This was a wonderful read, smooth sailing in the beginning, stormy in the middle, and suspenseful at the end. I highly recommend it.
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