R. C. Drake


R. C. Drake owns and operates a small business in her hometown in Southeast Texas. She is married and has two fine sons, two beautiful granddaughters, and one very special grandson. She loves reading, writing, painting and working in the yard. She hopes you enjoy her work and invites you to visit her website for updates: www.rcdrake.weebly.com

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Where Is She Now
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 72,710. Language: English. Published: November 13, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General
Murder has been commited, and the wrong person has been accused of the horrific deed. Not enough proof allows the accused to go free, but the killer is still out there. The death is a heavy burden to carry, an impossible burden. The case must be solved before peace can be had within this family. The killer will strike again, but who will be the next target?
Crystal Clear, A Supernatural Mystery
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 60,150. Language: English. Published: July 18, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Ghost, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Horror
When loved ones depart we hope they are going to a far better place. But what if we cling to their spirit too long, allowing evil to enter in through the space made for their departure? Pure evil, that desires to walk on earth again in human form and plans to stay here forever. An evil with unlimited powers and the ability to pass between the world of the living, and the void of the dying.

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  • M.O.D. on July 22, 2011

    An unbelievable plot. Espionage, new world government, and technology; some very old, and some only dreamed of. I loved Don, and 1953 was a very good year for me. I also love peanuts. I can't imagine a world where our technology is crippled, even for a short period of time. A new order instilled into a flailing government, with sobering grandious prospects. A good read from point A, to point B. This book had a nice flow, right up until the unusual ending. Great job J. C. Allen. I expect to see more great things from you. Rhonda Author R. C. Drake The Warriors Dragon: The Gift The Commencement: Book 2: The Warriors Dragon A Moment Missed: A Collection of Poetry Let's Find a Toy for Moo Moo The Mutdog "Crystal Clear" A Supernatural Mystery "Roxi Needs A Home"
  • Blank Slate on Sep. 07, 2011

    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful: 5.0 out of 5 stars Two Words, Suspense/Thriller By R.C. Drake, Author "Rhonda" I love suspense, but I need it to be plausible. The two together make for a difficult combination to find in a book. I found both in this novel, which is a nice long read. It is filled with treason on the highest level, murder and deception as the backdrop. My attention was grabbed from the first line and then my pulse was made to pound as the tension began to build. You are drawn in by the characters as you feel their anquish and bewilderment at times. I highly recommend this novel to anyone desiring an unsettling thrill. I love reading new Authors, I am always searching for that distinct and different slant. This book throws in those tilts, just enough to keep you uncertain and wondering. Rhonda www.thewarriorsdragon.com www.amazon.com/R.C.-Drake/e/B004PI7KY2 www.authorsden.com/rcdrake
  • Aftermath and Other Zombie Shorts on Sep. 05, 2013

    4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting Take By R.C. Drake "Rhonda" (Beautiful Texas) This review is from: Aftermath and Other Zombie Shorts (Kindle Edition) Three short stories that I found quite interesting. Not so much blood and gore, more of a take from the viewpoint of an onlooker. "Aftermath," Danny is a young man, fighting to survive in the aftermath of a zombie plaque. It seems there is a possibility the crisis is abating, and the contagion is dissipating. However, everyone is still so frightened of the unknown, they are unwilling to believe this miracle could be happening. Life is casually cast aside because of this fear, causing man to become his own worst enemy, instead of the zombies. "Zombie Cab," was my favorite. In a city where zombies are starting to take over, a cab driver who is unaware of the uprising, or unwilling to acknowledge the event, casually goes about his daily task of picking up riders. He is forced to acknowledge the infestation though, when a zombie casually strolls into his cab and pays for a ride. "The Day When Zombies Roamed Venezuela," a dairy of one mans accounting of how he coped with a zombie outbreak. It is somewhat comical, the way he figures out how to 'train' them.