Day 27 or #31AuthorsofHallowee – Miguel Estrada

I love reading novels that not only include the main character, but the whole atmosphere such as an entire town . . .

Synopsis for Welcome to Heaven’s Peak

The beautiful resort town of Heaven’s Peak is home to gorgeous landscapes and terrifying secrets.

After the tragic death of his mother, teenage photographer Kevin Miller moves to a new town with his alcoholic father and eight-year-old sister in the hope of bringing the family together and starting over. However, everything changes when Kevin witnesses his sister being kidnapped by a bizarre creature. The police are skeptical of his story, so he decides to unveil the mysteries surrounding the town on his own.

On the other side of the investigation, FBI agent Norman James will do anything to solve the baffling case, except believe a traumatized teenager’s nonsense.

Meanwhile, newscasts predict a blizzard approaching in the next couple of days, as people in the town begin to behave strangely.

Will Kevin and Norman find Kevin’s little sister before Heaven’s Peak is consumed by darkness?

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Day 26 of #31AuthorsofHalloween – Mitch Sebourn

What do you get when you cross a mysterious house and the plague? Mitch Sebourn’s Rattus Rattus

Synopsis for Rattus Rattus

First you die. Then you thirst. After losing his wife, two consecutive jobs, and most of his dignity, James Waters agrees to repair a neglected house high in the Colorado Rockies. It is an opportunity to get back on his feet and make things right with himself and his daughter. But the house is infested with rats. And secrets. Long dead secrets that are tied to a recent plague outbreak . . . And horrors much older – and much worse – than that.

This one is different, and it is a scary different. I don’t come across hybrids such as this very often. And I love it.

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