I'm Not Your Eve!

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Fiction - 116 pages
Rose Stevens is a fourteen year old girl, living in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. She attends Shrewsbury High School, which is four houses away from where her family is renting a ranch home. Her life is one of a typical teenager, until the day she goes for a walk. Her walk will turn her life upside down, and now there is no escaping her purpose, her destiny. Teenagers have been murdered. Teenagers have gone missing. The human/beast has given Rose no choice but to help him in his killing spree. Is she brave enough, is she strong enough to stop the town's serial killer beast? Will she be able to get her life back? Or will she too get killed in the process?

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Tracy Brusa brings her readers to the edge of their seat. The suspense and constant action leaves her readers wanting more. Tracy has been happily married for twenty years, and has three children. She resides in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. She loves to take family vacations at her trailer in Kennebunk, Maine. Besides writing, Tracy loves art. She loves to paint in the form of acrylics. She loves to read, especially in the summer's on the beach. Tracy grew up in Auburn, Massachusetts. Even as a child she would love to write short stories, and poems. Tracy took classes through Quinsigamond Community College, for writing, which she received her completion certificates.

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