Reclaimed Haven

Reclaimed Haven

Book 1
Filbert Publishing
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Ashley Stone’s life turned upside down when she accepted a job at a small town newspaper. Harboring a deadly secret, she’s unexpectedly plunged into a vortex of international intrigue, murder, and foul happenings. To make matters worse, Ashley’s wrestling her own demons and as her life unravels, who can she turn to when all hell breaks loose?

Intrepid photographer, Ned Stevens, escaped to small town Minnesota hoping to get away from big city drama. But he leaped from the frying pan directly into the fire. Little did he realize Crossroads was the hub of a global terrorist network… and he unwittingly holds the key to unleashing unparalleled terror.

When a dark stranger rolls into town, quiet small town life turns on its ear. Friends become enemies. Safe havens turn brutal when a local is murdered in a most unimaginable way. With friends, lovers, and coworkers at risk, will Ashley and Ned be able to reclaim their haven?

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About the author

 B.A. Erickson writes romantic suspense with a twist. From the hot sands of the desert to the freezing plains of Minnesota, Beth is drawn to the sensual, the dangerous, the incredible promise of each new day... Like Ashley in Reclaimed Haven, Beth is also a (hopefully) cancer survivor. That experience brought an interesting new dimension to the tales she weaves.

She lives in Central Minnesota with her husband, son, and multiple rescue animals. Her work with strays taught her that no matter how dire the circumstance, tremendous hope, love, and joy can be found in any situation.

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Publisher
Filbert Publishing
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Published on
Feb 12, 2018
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Pages
270
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Mystery & Detective / Amateur Sleuth
Fiction / Romance / Suspense
Fiction / Thrillers / Suspense
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This content is DRM free.
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