Friday, October 11, 2013

The Search for Trisha Campbell


Just in time for Halloween. A short story about a girl who goes missing in Halloween and the unfortunate police officer who finds her.

The Search for Trisha Campbell will be FREE for Kindle on October 14th and 15th.

http://www.amazon.com/The-Search-Trisha-Campbell-ebook/dp/B00FCGIWM0/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1379818680&sr=8-1&keywords=The+search+for+Trisha+Campbell

Here's just one of the five star reviews:

John Galloway, cop, faces his worst nightmare, a missing child. The Amber Alert goes out on Halloween night. Galloway finds memories of his own daughter's death haunting him as he searches for six-year-old Trisha Campbell. He goes out with backup, with the rest of the cops feeling he's not quite up to par for this search, and makes a discovery he can't handle.

Jeanne Bannon weaves a tale reminiscent of Stephen King. Ordinary situations, ordinary fears become malevolent. Bannon gets quickly to her point and yanks the reader into a paranormal horror story well worth the time you take to read this. The characters are alive, ordinary and yet extra-ordinary. I totally love The Search for Trisha Campbell, and recommend it for all readers, even teens who enjoy a good spook tale.

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