Tuesday’s Title – Beneath the Stones

Sins and secrets of the past lie buried deep beneath the stones.

BENEATH THE STONES by Susan Coryell

Date of Release: March 23, 2015
Genre: cozy mystery/Southern Gothic
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Buy Links: Amazon print  Kindle

Blurb:

Ashby Overton has everything to look forward to, including a promising writing career and her wedding at summer’s end. But, Overhome, her beloved historic family estate in Southern Virginia, is in financial peril and it is up to Ashby to find a solution.

Interfering with Ashby’s plans is a dark paranormal force that thwarts her every effort to save Overhome. Supernatural attacks emanate from an old stone cottage on the property rumored to be a slave overseer’s abode, prior to the Civil War. As the violence escalates, Ashby begins to fear for her life. Who is this angry spirit and why is his fury focused on Ashby?

Mystery, suspense and romance flourish against a backdrop of Civil War turmoil and ancestral strife–where immortality infiltrates the ancient air breathed by all who inhabit Overhome Estate.

About Susan Coryell:
Susan has long been interested in Southern concerns about culture and society, as hard-felt, long-held feelings battle with modern ideas. The ghosts slipped in, she says to her surprise, while writing cozy mystery/Southern Gothic A Red, Red Rose and its sequel Beneath the Stones. Her first published work was the award-winning young adult novel Eaglebait.

Find her on the Web at:

Website: www.susancoryellauthor.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Susan-Coryell-Author/149075331807592

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