March Plug #3 — Dean Harrison

UnquietBones

These Unquiet Bones by Dean Harrison

Synopsis

Trying to get behind the truth of her mother’s death, Amy Snow unleashes the skeletons lurking in the dark of her father’s closet, and learns a terrible, twisted truth about her family tree. Meanwhile, a man named Adam is on a mission to restore Paradise to its former glory. To accomplish this, he must find “The Lost One”, a girl he calls Eve, and sacrifice her to the god she betrayed the day a talking serpent slithered into the Garden of Eden.

Blurbs

“Dean Harrison’s These Unquiet Bones takes the reader on a unique and well-crafted roller coaster ride of horror and suspense. You won’t be able to put this one down until you’ve finished it. His characters are as creepy as any I have read in a long time. Keep your eye on this writer; this book is unforgettable.” ~T. M. Wright

“Dean Harrison takes the reader on one helluva ride from the first blood-soaked page to the last in These Unquiet Bones. Get ready… ‘cause Paradise isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be! Harrison is definitely a true up-and-comer in the genre!” ~Ty Schwamberger, author of The Fields, DININ’ and Last Night Out

Amazon Reviews

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Bio

Dean Harrison is a longtime fan of horror fiction. Though he’s spent time in the “real world” working as a shoe salesman, a security guard, an investigator, a loss prevention detective and a journalist, he’s consistently returned to what he loves doing most—writing horror stories. His published work can be found in the anthologies FEM-FANGS, FELL BEASTS, RELICS & REMAINS, CHRISTMAS IN HELL and TWISTED TALES FROM THE TORCHLIGHT INN. More is to come. He lives with his family in his hometown of Mobile, Alabama, a city rich in ghost stories. You can learn more on his website.

You can pick up the Trade Paperback or Kindle edition on Amazon.

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