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When New York writer Joanna Elliott flees her abusive husband to the Texas Hill Country, she and her six-year old son, Jason, unwittingly become a killer's prey.
Despite Realtor Tommy Joe Greenleaf's warning that Wanda and Ralph Spencer had mysteriously disappeared from the remote farmhouse ten years earlier, Joanna moves in and makes the sunroom her office.
Joanna adopts a black cat from the local veterinarian, Sam Kelly, who tells her that Sabbath "had belonged to a witch.:
Unexplained events unfold: Joanna is locked overnight inside the storage shed, footprints appear under the sunroom windows, and Jason's dog, Mournful, is found poisoned. What more can happen?
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About the Author
She is a strong supporter of the North Texas Chapter, Lupus Foundation of America and counsels newly diagnosed persons and their families about the ravages of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. Marilyn has taped various radio interviews, local cable television programs, and is accustomed to speaking to groups about Lupus; the Life of a Military Brat, and The Pleasures and Perils of Being a Published Author.
She lives in Fort Worth TX with a neurotic black cat named Cleopatra and her grown son who does all the "heavy lifting" in the house and yard. Marilyn has three grown children and three grandchildren who live too far away for her liking. She is an omnivorous reader "reading almost anything," she says, and watching the Discovery and History Channels.