Out of Season [NOOK Book]

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The 4th Sally Reardon Supernatural Mystery

A seaside town out of the tourist season is one of the most haunting places known to man. Trying to run away from her own ghosts, a trip down memory lane takes a turn for the macabre when she sees a young man in a teddy boy's drape coat fall over the side of the pier railings. Trying to save him, Sally barely escapes with her life ...
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Overview

The 4th Sally Reardon Supernatural Mystery

A seaside town out of the tourist season is one of the most haunting places known to man. Trying to run away from her own ghosts, a trip down memory lane takes a turn for the macabre when she sees a young man in a teddy boy's drape coat fall over the side of the pier railings. Trying to save him, Sally barely escapes with her life as she follows him into the cruel sea.

In an adventure steeped in personal tragedy, where the horrors cut far too close to home for comfort, Sally takes more than just a stroll through her childhood. She finds herself becoming the story...

FROM THE AUTHORS

The Sally Reardon Supernatural Mysteries are intended to be a series experience with new installments coming out fairly regularly, each one hopefully developing and adding on from the ideas in the one before. We thought it'd be fun to build a series in the same way we would a TV show with linked but separate stories that come together to feed a bigger overall series arc.

In keeping with that we made a conscious decision to make them something you could read in a single sitting, just like one of those TV shows you'd sit and watch in a 45 minute block. This isn't a novel, it is a novella, which means they run around 25,000 words, or about 60-90 minutes reading.

We set out to write something fans of shows we enjoyed, things like Medium and Afterlife, would enjoy, with the emphasis on the supernatural but very deliberately away from anything horrific.
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  • Posted June 26, 2012

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    Gripping and moving.

    The best series’ keep improving – adding layers of character and historical tension as they progress. The Sally Reardon Supernatural Mysteries are no exception.

    Messrs Lockley and Savile know how to build a clever tale, and the synchronicity and happenstance of the events that occur at the rainy pier, witnessed by Sally (recovering from the traumas of the previous stories), are no accident.

    Gifted in seeing restless spirits, Sally is drawn into a mystery that involves her Sister, their childhood and a tragic end to two lives. Using her sister’s memories and her own eye for a clue, Sally uncovers a long-buried secret that has affected two families, and brings closure to old sorrow and guilt.

    As thoughtful and atmospheric as the previous tales, Out of Season sees Sally continue to ask the important questions: about herself, her losses and her visions. Closer to the edge than before, fraught from the relentless toll on her sanity, how long can she cope with these events following her around?

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