…Now she’s cursed to live over and over, see-sawing into people’s lives at the moment of their deaths, thrust into maelstroms of violence and emotion without any warning. As she strives to survive and do the right thing, she finds herself sometimes forced into evil acts, recognizing that she has become a game piece used in the eternal game of good vs. evil.
DEADTIMES IS ABOUT WHAT SOMEONE WILL DO TO LIVE AGAIN
DEADTIMES IS ABOUT THE NATURE OF RIGHT AND WRONG
DEADTIMES IS ABOUT WHAT DEATH LEAVES BEHIND
DEADTIMES IS ABOUT REAL PEOPLE
DEADTIMES IS A BOOK ABOUT LIFE
AND IT GOES ON FOREVER
PRAISE FOR THE WORKS OF YVONNE NAVARRO:
Peter Straub says about That’s Not My Name that “Yvonne Navarro bestows upon us what we always most need - a novel distinguished by its generosity of feeling, sense of discovery, narrative timing and command, accuracy of phrasing, and above all its sustained power.”
F. Paul Wilson says That’s Not My Name “is a truly unsettling work of fiction. The chills come not from ghosts or external threats, but from within, from the very real tricks the mind can play on itself. Do not miss this one.”
Poppy Z. Brite says deadrush is “a delicate tapestry of bizarre images and intriguing characters.”
Science Fiction Chronicle says deadrush is “a wonderfully chilling account of corruption, cruelty, and obsession...”
Gauntlet Magazine says DeadTimes “is is a work that celebrates our common humanity... Literature can have no greater goal than that.”
Masters of Terror says about DeadTimes that “it's a pleasure to read a novel and know that the author has come up with something original, satisfying and enjoyable.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
DEADTIMES was previously published in trade paperback and is currently out of print.
Also by Yvonne Navarro and Crossroad Press... AfterAge and Mirror Me ... both available for your eReader and in unabridged audio.
Yvonne Navarro lives in southern Arizona, where by day she works on historic Fort Huachuca. She is the author of twenty-two published novels and well over a hundred short stories, and has written about everything from vampires to psychologically disturbed husbands to the end of the world. Her work has won the HWA's Bram Stoker Award plus a number of other writing awards.
Visit her at www.yvonnenavarro.com or on Facebook to keep up with slices of a crazy life that includes her husband, author Weston Ochse, three Great Danes (Goblin, Ghost and Ghoulie), a people-loving parakeet named BirdZilla, painting,and lots of ice cream, Smarties, and white zinfandel. Her most recent work is the mass market paperback CONCRETE SAVIOR, the second book in the Dark Redemption Series. She has both lived in real haunted houses and weekended with friends in a seriously haunted mansion, just like those dumb blondes in B-movies.