A Reckoning In Belvoir

A Reckoning In Belvoir

by S.A. Huggins

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Runaway slaves, or so everyone thought...until the bodies started turning up in the woods outside the town of Belvoir. One after another and shocking in their appearance, the slaves are returned to the Randolph farm to be buried. But soon, terrible secrets are unearthed, secrets that will reveal a decade old story of betrayal and revenge and the reason why a serial killer stalks the Randolph farm.

A Reckoning in Belvoir is a paranormal suspense novel set near the end of the Civil War that uses superstition, betrayal, and vengeance to conjure a world where the evils of man survive death, and the consequences of war collide with everyday living. Fans of Elizabeth Kostova (The Historian), Caleb Carr (The Alienist), and Stephen King (king of all things horror) will descend slowly into this 1860s world where a serial killer gruesomely terrorizing a family farm is the last thing you expect.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012290168
Publisher: Black Bone Omnimedia
Publication date: 02/26/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

S.A. Huggins spent two years researching and writing her debut novel, Belvoir, a paranormal suspense tale with elements of horror, superstition, and revenge set near the end of the civil war. She is a native of the south, and still lives there with her husband and daughter while she works on her next novel, State Fair.

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