The Curse of Septimus Bridge

· Scott R. Larson
Ebook
274
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About this ebook

It was only meant to be a few hours of fun. A lark. On a sunny Saturday morning Lola, Kyle and Maria set sail on Puget Sound to look for a vision that had come to Maria in a dream. Then disaster struck, and the three of them were plunged into a dark adventure in which they would confront good and evil, past lives, and a timeless curse born from a tragic love. What are the hidden secrets of Bridge House and Riesgado Island? Part Gothic romance, part supernatural mystery and part fantastical adventure, The Curse of Septimus Bridge is Scott R. Larson's homage to the horror and adventure stories of his youth, notably the 1960s television series Dark Shadows. In this new book, the author of The Three Towers of Afranor takes us on an adventure that ranges from 17th-century Ireland to the Pacific Northwest of today. At the heart of it all is the mysterious figure who lives out his endless, solitary days, having been rejected by both heaven and hell.

About the author

A native of California's San Joaquin Valley, Scott R. Larson has also lived in Ohio, France, Chile, and for many years in and around Seattle, Washington. After many years working for newspapers, graphic design companies, and in the software industry, he currently finds himself in the West of Ireland, where he spends his days writing books and blogs, including one of the internet's longest-running film review web sites, ScottsMovies.com. His novels include Maximilian and Carlotta Are Dead, The Three Towers of Afranor, and Lautaro's Spear. He is a fan of the television shows Doctor Who, Dark Shadows, and Babylon 5.

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