Crows

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A shovel and bloody blankets--psychic Annie Murphy finds these items in her brother Johnny's room after his witch-girlfriend goes missing. There’s just one problem: Johnny swears he did nothing to her. The shocking truth might lie with the mysterious and slightly sinister Crow, an old witch who seems to be connected to every disappearance for the past 50 years in the small town of Raven City. More

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About Grace Harney

Grace Harney has been writing since she was thirteen years old. She’s from India, and has lived in New Zealand, Louisiana and Florida. Today she lives in New Jersey with her husband and three cats.

She writes urban fantasy, horror, paranormal, and basically anything else that has a supernatural flavor and a strong sense of realism. She enjoys reading novels by Stephen King, Gillian Flynn, J.K. Rowling (and Robert Galbraith), Lisa Scottoline, Jodi Picoult, and she has a special place in her heart for books by Christopher Pike, the reason she began writing in the first place.

She also loves writing Batman, Silent Hill, Death Note, and DC Universe fanfiction and crossovers.

She just wants to tell you a good story.

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Review by: Tabitha Ormiston-Smith on March 13, 2018 :
Part fantasy, part detective fiction, this book moves excitingly through a series of incidents so strange, so bizarre that one feels almost as if one were dreaming, rather than reading it. Often in fiction one can predict the outcome, but that certainly wasn't the case for me with this little gem! Strangeness layers upon strangeness, and even at the end, although the story is resolved, one isn't quite sure what has happened. In these days when so many writers explain every tiny little detail, I found the mystery-drenched atmosphere of of Crows quite enchanting.

Disclosure: I received a copy of this book for the purpose of an honest review.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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