And Then There Were None
by Jonathan Clemmer
Headstones above empty graves litter Sarah Morgan's family tree. No matter how they died: drowning, car wrecks, soldiers in war, few left enough behind to warrant a coffin. In Sara's opinion this was an oddity, but nothing more. And then a close relative disappears in a pool of blood, an old man, like a harbinger of doom, appears on her doorstep, and she is dragged into a world of terror--where reality--as she knew it--no longer exists (Published: 2004)
Words: 110363 - Reading Time: 315-441 min.
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