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Deranged Specter

Deranged Specter

by L. K. Hill


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All bets are off. After all she's been through, nothing will stop Kyra from finding her brother.

Kyra has a new disguise--a new charade--that may prove infinitely more dangerous. She now stalks the Mire with gangsters and thugs, dodging a serial killer and searching. Always searching...

Gabe searches for Kyra relentlessly, but she has once again disappeared into the darkness of the Mire. Meanwhile the serial killer still haunts Gabe's jurisdiction, the Prowlers are an ever-growing threat, and the mystery of Gabe's brother's disappearance seems to have gone cold.

But Abstreuse City never remains quiet for long. Oh no. There's a great deal of darkness in store for Kyra and Gabe. If only they can find the strength to meet and overcome it.

Join them on a pulse-pounding run through the bowels of Abstreuse City, where demons of the past and future are about to collide.

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781666261035
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 04/09/2019
Series: Street Games , #4
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.75(d)

About the Author

U.S.A. Today Best Selling Author L.K. Hill is something of a crime junkie. She loves exploring stories full of epic, psychological clashes between good and evil, the blurry lines between law and justice, and seeing people wade through tragedy and come out transformed on the other side.

Her books include the Street Games series, her award winning stand alone novel, The Botanist, and plans for a whole series of Gabe and Cody mysteries.

She also writes across several other genres. Her historical romance is written under the pen name K.L. Conger. She writes scifi and fantasy, including dystopian, under her full name, Liesel K. Hill.

She comes from a large, tight-knit family and resides in Northern Utah. She loved to read and write at a young age, and her earliest memories consist of her father sitting in the doorway of her room at night, relating stories of Frodo, Gandalf, and the One Ring. Her mother also read to her every afternoon as a child, sometimes for several hours a day.

She plans to keep telling stories until they nail her coffin shut. Or the Second Coming happens. Whichever comes first. ;D

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