The Darkness Deep Within

Fulton Books, Inc.
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Phil and Angie shared the same dream of living in Norther Michigan, and when Art Johnson put his deceased uncle’s land up for sale, Phil jumped on it right away. When they ask Art if they could look at the property, Art can’t wait to show them. The first time they set their eyes on it, Phil and Angie of course fall in love with the place right away. The cabin is surrounded by tall pine trees and wild flowers. Art’s mission is to get rid of the property as quickly as he can so he never has to set his eyes on it ever again.

     After months of necessary repairs and remodeling, Phil and his family can finally move in. When Phil is offered the job of a lifetime, he can hardly believe his luck. The family seems to have everything they ever wanted, or so they think. Then one night an ominous figure decides to pay them an unwelcomed visit. He lurks in the shadows, watching their every move. The dark figure returns night after night to watch them and to figure out how he can get them to leave.

     Phil, Angie, and their children become pawns in a very dangerous game, and they soon learn why Art was so anxious to sell his uncle’s property. When women start to vanish, Sheriff Bob Stiles calls his friend, Homicide Detective Andy Morris to help him solve this mystery.

     This thrilling novel will take you on a journey full of suspense and intrigue, and you won’t want to put it down until you know who “Did it.”  



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Fulton Books, Inc.
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Published on
Apr 24, 2018
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Pages
253
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ISBN
9781633385283
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Language
English
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Fiction / General
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