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Thirty Years Ago . . .

On a camping trip by a remote lake, the Mercer family enjoyed the vacation of a lifetime - until a violent tragedy forced them to make a decision that would haunt them forever.

This Summer . . .

When the younger Mercers learn their father is dying, the family reunites at the lake, seeking a second chance to put their lives back together. But something is waiting.

Four Days of Hell . . .

Also arriving at the lake are estranged son Raymond Mercer and an alluring stranger, Megan, both ignorant of the family's secrets. Within hours, they are all trapped in a relentless nightmare and fighting for their lives.



Since childhood, Noel Shaker has been able to disappear, without warning or explanation. But his gift leaves Noel alone and afraid - and the more he tries to control it, the nearer he comes to madness. Soon those he loves most begin to suffer the consequences of his powers.



Careening from the Rocky Mountains to the fortunes of Las Vegas, from haunted motel rooms into a sociopath’s killing ground, Noel Shaker’s quest to uncover the truth about the fading will force him to choose between the love, death, and the allure of a power only the gods once knew.​


A tale of exquisite psychological suspense, The Birthing House marks the debut of a writer whose first novel is a terrifying tour de force.

Conrad and Joanna Harrison, a young couple from Los Angeles, attempt to save their marriage by leaving the pressures of the city to start anew in a quiet, rural setting. They buy a Victorian mansion that once served as a haven for unwed mothers, called a birthing house. One day when Joanna is away, the previous owner visits Conrad to bequeath a vital piece of the house's historic heritage, a photo album that he claims "belongs to the house."


Thumbing through the old, sepia-colored photographs of midwives and fearful, unhappily pregnant girls in their starched, nineteenth-century dresses, Conrad is suddenly chilled to the bone: staring back at him with a countenance of hatred and rage is the image of his own wife…

Thus begins a story of possession, sexual obsession and murder, as a centuries-old crime is reenacted in the present, turning Conrad and Joanna's American dream into a relentless nightmare.

Book no.1
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