Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Devil's Messenger (Banned in Joplin version) available

I don't know the reason for the sudden increase in sales for my 2006 horror/mystery novel Devil's Messenger, but I am not complaining.

As you can see from the photo, it is the "Banned in Joplin" edition (it was removed from Joplin R-8 schools eight years ago, though it had been on the shelves at middle school and high school libraries for the previous seven years).

From the book's Amazon page:

Some people just won’t stay dead.

Only a year after Cassandra Harper found her father murdered and slumped over the computer he gave her for her birthday, she begins receiving messages from him on that same computer.

As Cassandra tries to find her father’s killer, she slowly begins to wonder just what kind of a man he was and what kind of evil was he planning.

And will she be able to stop him and his killer before she becomes the next victim?

Devil’s Messenger is a roller coaster ride of horror that you won’t be able to put down. Grab your copy today!

I agree with that final sentiment, but then again Devil's Messenger has always been my personal favorite among my books.

It is available on Amazon in both paperback and e-book formats for less than $10 at the links below.

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