Under the Cover of Darkness

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AuthorHouse, Jun 10, 2009 - Literary Collections - 208 pages
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Under the Cover of Darkness is the seventh acclaimed novel by Theresa E. Liggins, and second installment to Under the Purple Moon. This highly anticipated sequel continues to excavate into the mysterious, private side of Tess Simoné. Her well-adjusted life as a renowned writer, wife, and mother, continues to be compromised, as her deepest, darkest secret terrorizes her once again. She is hunted; she is haunted. But this time, it’s her sixteen month-old son who bears witness to his mother’s nightmare. The trauma is too horrific for this defenseless, innocent child to comprehend. Therefore he, too, becomes victimized, leaving Nolan, Tess’ devoted husband, filled with rage and ultimately, vengeance!


This romanticized, engaging page-turner will thrill, captivate, and not disappoint those who have come to expect the provocative plots, well thought out twists and turns, charming characters, and, of course, the unexpected endings that this author delivers book after book. Theresa E. Liggins has been known to be her own eye-witness to most of her creative works. So, could this story be ripped from one of the pages of her life? You’ll have to read between the lines and draw on your own conclusions because this author isn’t talking; only writing. So, keep reading.


Theresa E. Liggins invites you to visit her web site: www.romanticreations.com.

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About the author (2009)

Born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, Theresa E. Liggins is currently living in Chicago, Illinois, where she became inspired to write a series of novels using Chicago’s attributes and iconic architecture as the backdrop. Under the Cover of Darkness is her seventh acclaimed novel, and the second installment to Under the Purple Moon. Both novels flaunt the auspicious beauty and nature of the Napa Valley and Northern California, where she, herself, lived for many years. Theresa E. Liggins would like to thank her readers for their support. She welcomes your feedback on her web site: www.romanticreations.com.

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