Ghost Stories: My Mother Told Me

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AuthorHouse, May 1, 2003 - Fiction - 216 pages
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A strange phenomenon was about to occur. The whole world waited anxiously, anticipating the event. However, even stranger things were happening in the small peaceful community of Mariah, North Carolina. The town's first and oldest church is mysteriously burned to the ground. Only one thing is left standing in the burnt ruins, the altar cross, bent over as if in prayer from the intense heat of the fire.

After an intense investigation, not one clue was found! With this and the arson squad's inability to identify the cause or origin of the fire made the town's Sheriff, Angela B. Solomon's job of solving the crime and bringing the criminals to justice that much more of a challenge and commitment.

What seemed a random hate crime changes when other churches begin to burn. Sheriff Solomon's investigation begins to accumulate quite a gallery of unusual suspects.

Little did the Sheriff know that her investigation and suspects were about to lead her to a rude awakening, fighting for their lives, their very souls. Yes, indeed! Some real strange things were about to jump off in the little town of Mariah, North Carolina . . . and then there was the phenomenon itself!

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