Following the loss of their promising careers, Bob and Debbie Stevens embark upon opening a bed and breakfast. Their savings depleted and desperate for cash, Bob reluctantly allows Debbie's meddling grandparents to co-sign a three million dollar loan. He purchases a burned down property on twenty five acres in scenic rural southern Michigan and build Murcat Manor.
Rumors of curses and ghosts haunt the property’s reputation. But the history of two previous houses burning to the ground killing nineteen people do not deter Bob and Debbie from their dream: raising a family while earning a living with one of the few bed and breakfasts in the entire region.
During construction, the Stevens adopt thirteen kittens found in the rubble of the property. The cats are possessed by disembodied souls from daughters of witches put to death during the Salem Witch Trials. Each cat possesses a unique ability, and together they bring terror and death to the guests of Murcat Manor.
One Liners: Salem's Daughters is supernatural thriller about an average young couple who build a bed and breakfast that is terrorized by thirteen seemingly harmless cats possessed by disembodied witches who instigate a cycle of terror and murder.
A four-hundred-year old evil is unleashed when souls of the daughters of those killed during the Salem Witch Trials find a new generation of people to murder at a popular bed and breakfast owned by a young unsuspecting couple.
Spend a summer at a present day bed and breakfast called Murcat Manor, and you too could become a victim of thirteen gifted and malicious killers from late seventeenth century New England.
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File Size: 661 KB
Print Length: 408 pages
Publisher: Three Diamonds Press
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I want to know who wins!ReplyDelete
Lisa, I'll be offering ARCs real soon if interested.Delete
Hi Stephen. I don't think 'victimised' is quite the word you're looking for here. 'Terrorised'? ...a bed and breakfast that is victimized by thirteen seemingly harmless cats...ReplyDelete
Thanks Denise. I made the change and it looks much better.Delete
Hi Stephen ~ is it possible to purchase a signed copy from you! What an inspiration you are!ReplyDelete