Fourteen Years of Silence

Fourteen Years of Silence

by Rita H. Estill


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A brand new Deep South novel from Mississippi author Rita H. Estill. Resurrecting the suspense and intensity of the Southern Gothic style this book is packed with double-back intrigue with a fourteen year long mystery that once resolved, spawns a whole series of of sub-stories, each to be chased down by our simple main character, eighteen-year-old Lacey Meyers.

Setting is suburban Memphis, TN, in 1963, a year of racial unrest, and the year a president was assassinated.

Follow the journey into drama and intrigue as two southern familes from very different
Worlds join forces as they're thrust into unyielding terror. The law will be no match for the evil villaness who stalks them day and night.

To the unsuspecting, beautiful young Lacy Meyers is the typical teenage girl. But right below the surface she has kept a dark secret. She has a psychic gift which she considered a curse. Fearing rejection and ridicule, she has kept anxiously quiet.

Then Lacy and her sister stumble upon yet another dark secret that will change both of them forever.

Shadowy suspense, deep family conflict, all collide for a rousing conclusion to this riveting story.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781517211400
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 06/20/2017
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.58(d)

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