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Splintered : A New Orleans Tale
by Brandi Perry




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Keaton Fordyce was once a celebrated and prosperous write, but the excesses accompanying his success came at a steep cost-the loss of his family and his career. Living in a dingy river-front room in Natchez, Mississippi, Fordyce is caught in a vicious cycle of alcoholism and despair. As fate would have it, an old friend offers him an opportunity to help get his life and career back on track. He owns an old mansion in New Orleans that he can't sell because of its reputation as being "haunted." If Fordyce will live there for a month, alcohol free, and disprove the curse, he will get the help he needs to get him back on his feet.
Accepting the offer, Fordyce prepares to face his inner demons. Perhaps he should have prepared for much, much more...
Award winning Mississippi novelist Brandi Perry is the author of Wayward Justice, A Whisper on the Bayou, The Jury, and Buried Cries among other books.
READERS' COMMENTS ON PREVIOUS PERRY NOVELS:
"Really enjoyed this book. Wanted there to be more."
"Pretty good, spooky tale. Creepy little girl. Good insight into Southern culture. It is geared toward women, with its look at the Southern family."
"Chilling tale. Great local details, mystery, suspense, and unexpected twists "
"Absolutely one of the best books I have ever read. Looking forward to the movie and the next book... holds your attention from page one."

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Overview

Keaton Fordyce was once a celebrated and prosperous write, but the excesses accompanying his success came at a steep cost-the loss of his family and his career. Living in a dingy river-front room in Natchez, Mississippi, Fordyce is caught in a vicious cycle of alcoholism and despair. As fate would have it, an old friend offers him an opportunity to help get his life and career back on track. He owns an old mansion in New Orleans that he can't sell because of its reputation as being "haunted." If Fordyce will live there for a month, alcohol free, and disprove the curse, he will get the help he needs to get him back on his feet.
Accepting the offer, Fordyce prepares to face his inner demons. Perhaps he should have prepared for much, much more...
Award winning Mississippi novelist Brandi Perry is the author of Wayward Justice, A Whisper on the Bayou, The Jury, and Buried Cries among other books.
READERS' COMMENTS ON PREVIOUS PERRY NOVELS:
"Really enjoyed this book. Wanted there to be more."
"Pretty good, spooky tale. Creepy little girl. Good insight into Southern culture. It is geared toward women, with its look at the Southern family."
"Chilling tale. Great local details, mystery, suspense, and unexpected twists "
"Absolutely one of the best books I have ever read. Looking forward to the movie and the next book... holds your attention from page one."


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  • ISBN-13: 9781947660090
  • ISBN-10: 1947660098
  • Publisher: Gold-Bug Mysteries
  • Publish Date: May 2018
  • Page Count: 208
  • Dimensions: 7.99 x 5.24 x 0.44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.49 pounds


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