A Wish to Die For

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 Throughout history, people have sold their souls to the dark side in order to make their selfish wishes come true. With the dawn of the computer age, the ritual continued. Rock stars, race car drivers, and even politicians find their fame and fortune with the help of a new and mesmerizing, evil website. Little did these people know what price they’d pay for the use of its services. When Carrie Palmer, a frustrated housewife, logs onto the website and enters an angry comment about her husband, a chain of events begins to unfold that no one could have ever predicted. Now she must put two and two together and try to solve the riddle of the killer blog before it’s too late. With the clock ticking, and the fate of other people hanging in the balance, Carrie’s only hope lies twelve hundred miles away in the City of New Orleans. But will she make it there before their time runs out, or will her worst nightmare become a reality?
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About the author

Michael Infinito is a novelist and short story writer. He grew up in New Jersey and now resides under the clear blue skies of eastern North Carolina. With a life-long passion for writing, his goal has always been to create compelling stories that people won’t want to put down. In Blog We Trust (Black Rose Writing, 2013), 12:19 (MueItUp Publishing, 2013), and XXXtreme Discretion (Black Opal Books, 2015) do just that. Compared to Stephen King in his writing style, Infinito scares you into turning pages until the very end. 

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Publisher
BlackOpalBooks
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Published on
Oct 10, 2015
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Pages
330
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ISBN
9781626943452
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Occult & Supernatural
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This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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Eligible for Family Library

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