Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar Pt II: An Acre of Dark

Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar Pt II: An Acre of Dark

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by S.K. Epperson
     
 

Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar: A Story About a Bad Place, revisited the nightmare of a man with memories of a terrifying event that changed his life as a child. Intertwined with the details was the girl who a decade ago survived attempted murder by her father. In Betsy Klausmeyer’s Cellar Pt II: An Acre of Dark, the man’s determination to locate his daughter…  See more details below

Overview

Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar: A Story About a Bad Place, revisited the nightmare of a man with memories of a terrifying event that changed his life as a child. Intertwined with the details was the girl who a decade ago survived attempted murder by her father. In Betsy Klausmeyer’s Cellar Pt II: An Acre of Dark, the man’s determination to locate his daughter interferes with the operations of a businessman the girl thinks of as ‘the devil’, someone no one in their right mind should ever want to mess with. But if there's one thing the girl's father is definitely not, it’s in his right mind, and it just may take the devil to deal with him.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148948711
Publisher:
Shevan Productions
Publication date:
12/03/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
587,332
File size:
170 KB

Meet the Author

S.K. Epperson is the author of numerous novels, novellas and a collection of short stories. For a complete list of titles visit www.skepperson.com

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Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar Pt II: An Acre of Dark 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TexasNancy More than 1 year ago
I was not aware this was a short story-78 nook pages long. It was probably something written early in the author's career. It was too unbelievable for me. I had read the free Green Lake by Epperson and thought it deserved a five star rating. I would never have guessed this was by the same author.