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A riveting story of greed, addiction, and betrayal.

Some say a curse was born when the bodies of six children were uncovered in the small town of East Durham, and after a series of mysterious tragedies Ben Flowers is starting to believe it.

What begins as a streamlined plot to seek revenge on those responsible for the horrendous crimes, evolves into a nightmarish slip up of fatalities, and a whirlwind chase to find the killer.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781734590197
Publisher: Tracy Blom
Publication date: 12/14/2020
Pages: 248
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author

Tracy Blom is a best-selling author with over twenty published titles. All of her stories come to her in dreams, including character names, settings, timeframes, and lessons to be shared. Her work is featured in bookstores, museums, libraries, airports, zoos, and major retailers across the United States. In 2019 she joined a non-profit organization called the Inspire Project, allowing her to speak to children around the world via a virtual platform about important topics such as bullying, cleaning up the environment, and equality.

While typically a children's author, she recently went outside of her comfort zone and created her first murder mystery/ thriller, SPARK, as well wrote her first theatrical play/ballet.

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Jimmy DiResta is a New York-based designer, artist, and video producer. He has a BFA from the School of Visual Arts where he now also teaches.
He was a cohost, with his brother, comedian John DiResta, of the 2003 show Trash to Cash and Hammered with John & Jimmy DiResta in 2006. In 2009, DiResta hosted Against the Grain, and in 2011, was the cohost of Dirty Money, again with his brother John. Currently, he is on the NBC television show, Making It, with Nick Offerman & Amy Poehler.
Jimmy has become a leading light in the maker movement, appearing in Make: Magazine, Core77 Magazine, and Rockler Woodworking YouTube channels, while helming his own hugely popular channel which boasts over 1.8 million subscribers. Jimmy also co-hosts the weekly "Making It" podcast with fellow YouTubers David Picciuto and Bob Clagett.

J.L. Woodson, a native Chicagoan, began his career in the literary industry at sixteen years old as the award-winning author of The Things I Could Tell You, Super Woman's Child: Son of a Single Mother (which was Nominated for an NAACP Image Award), as well as a short story in the NAACP Image Award-Winning Anthology, Breaking The Cycle presented by a New York Times Bestselling author.

His career area shifted to Graphic Design in 2009, creating Book Covers, websites, and other marketing materials for New York Times and National bestselling authors as well as independently published authors. During that year he also founded, Woodson Creative Studio, and has dedicated his company to providing, high-quality Book Cover Design as well as other Graphic and Web Design support for his clients.

J.L. believes that every great story should have a wonderfully designed book cover wrapped around it, one that will capture the eyes and interest of a potential reader. Some of his clients include National Best-selling authors Naleighna Kai, Martha Kennerson, Shakir Rashaan, Susan D. Peters, London St. Charles, and New York Times Best-Selling Author L.A. Banks, Brown Girls Books (a Publishing Company founded by National Best-Selling Authors Victoria Christopher Murray & ReShonda Tate-Billingsley), and many more.

J.L. is a Graduate of Columbia College Chicago, with a Degree in Graphic Design. He is an active member of AIGA (The American Institute of Graphic Arts), The One Club, and CAA (College Art Association). He splits his time working on design projects for businesses, corporations as well as traveling for different Design and Literary Events.

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