Three Sides of the Same Coin
Three Sides of the Same Coin is nearly a quarter of a million words of Angel Hill lore sure to make even new readers feel like life-long residents. Not that that’s necessarily a good thing. This IS Angel Hill, after all. More
Less than a month after being published, The Third Floor was the #1 novel on Amazon’s GHOST chart, a position it held for over half of 2013. Since then, the Angel Hill novels--which include The Third Floor, The Ghosts of Mertland, The Flip, and The Man in the Window, have gone on to sell over 40,000 copies around the world.
Now you can get three of these novels, The Third Floor, The Ghosts of Mertland, and the latest Angel Hill novel, The Flip, in one massive volume.
Angel Hill, Missouri shot blood from the ground at its own groundbreaking ceremony. There are only two roads in or out of town, and everything within those borders is subject to the whims of reality. Those who grew up here are immune to the town's peculiarities. But Jack and Liz have just moved here, and for their young son, Joey, it's almost like coming home again.
Mandy is about to start as a caregiver at the Mertland Childrens’ Home in Angel Hill, a town that keeps its secrets by hiding them in plain sight. For the Mertland Home, this means ghosts. Word around town is the place is haunted, and for the workers at Mertland, they make no bones about it: it is. There are menacing reflections, the third floor hallway, and a dark force lurking in the woods out back. But if Mandy can keep her wits and remember the rules of dealing with the ghosts, she just might have found her calling.
After almost two decades, Mike finds himself out of a job. With no prospects, he decides to go into business for himself. He and his friends, Brian, Steven and Keith, form a company to buy cheap houses and flip them for quick profit. It was a great plan until their first project turned out to be more than they bargained for.
Three Sides of the Same Coin is nearly a quarter of a million words of Angel Hill lore sure to make even new readers feel like life-long residents. Not that that’s necessarily a good thing. This IS Angel Hill, after all.
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