Way to Go

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A book for every soul that ever lived... A book with your name on it...And if you opened that book. What would you find?
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About C.S. Caspar

Hi Everyone,

I was born in South Australia but spent most of my childhood in Victoria.
The Tallyman was my first short story, and I wrote it because I love Stephen King and wanted to honor and thank him for the amazing journeys traveled reading his books throughout the years. The Tallyman is a bit of fun and directed to other King fans who will understand the content.
The Old Railway Tunnel was my second short story. Tommy had a story to tell and I wrote the first draft in one sitting. Immediately after finishing, Laura Cooper wanted a turn, so I wrote Way to Go.
Stygian River... is one of those tales where the storyteller 'swore' the story is true..:)
Hoodie Black is my first full-length novel. It's a physcological thriller/paranormal adventure of the most twisted kind.
I live close to the beaches in North Queensland with my four beautiful border collies, Trixie, Snow, Benson, and Tessa. Don't forget to visit my website and find some free reading in the anthology section of the site.

Thanks for visiting.
Catherine Stepancic - C.S. Caspar

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Review by: Mary Stepancic on Aug. 4, 2015 : (no rating)
Amazing read ... Definitely kept me guessing, I was so engulfed in this story couldnot believe how the story ends. Loved it.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Review by: Jean Nardone on June 27, 2015 :
OMG you have to read. If you like you're thrillers this is a must read.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Review by: Morrla on June 27, 2015 :
Great read! It will keep you on your toes right to the end and it will stay with you long after you've finished reading. There's a brilliant twist as well. I really enjoyed reading this story. If you love Stephen King and Joe Hill you'll love this.
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
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