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Darkscope

Darkscope

by J. Carson Black

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Overview

After Chelsea McCord's marriage falls apart, her uncle talks her into a change of scene---Bisbee, Arizona, the scenic mining town with a notorious past. Her great-grandfather, mining magnate Lucas McCord, helped build Bisbee at the turn of the last century.

Chelsea discovers an ancient box camera in a dusty trunk, the film still inside. On a lark she photographs the town. Is it her imagination, or does the stench of death emanate from the camera's inner workings?

And when Chelsea looks through a viewfinder wavy with age, she sees children in gunny-sack clothes, their eyes dark and grainy. Children from the 1920's. She sees a young man and woman at a train station that no longer exists.

And as the past superimposes itself on the present, Chelsea learns the secret of her family's true legacy. With one click of the shutter, she has unleashed a pure and hungry evil that will consume everyone she loves.

Now Chelsea must fight to save her beloved uncle--and herself.


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Product Details

BN ID: 2940013266414
Publisher: Breakaway Media
Publication date: 10/09/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 899,048
File size: 855 KB

About the Author

J. Carson Black is the bestselling author of the three crime fiction thrillers in the Laura Cardinal series: DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN, DARK SIDE OF THE MOON, and THE DEVIL'S HOUR, and the suspense novel THE DESERT WAITS.

A man driving an old car tried to abduct her as a child, following her through an empty Tucson neighborhood. Her friend's mother, who happened to be outside, scared the driver away. Black remembered exactly what the car looked like--a 1955 Chevrolet sedan, orange over white. The sedan makes an appearance in DARKNESS ON THE EDGE OF TOWN, although the victim in the story isn't so lucky.

A Tucson Arizona native, Black writes about the New West.

Twitter: @jcarsonblack
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