That's What Shadows Are Made Of

That's What Shadows Are Made Of

by Pamela Morris

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That's What Shadows Are Made Of by Pamela Morris

There's no mistake about it, someone murdered the village funeral director. One person even steps forward to take the blame, but what was done to the body would be impossible for them to have done unless they had help. Soon others become suspect as the true nature of the victim steps out of the darkness to reveal a not-so-amiable member of the small town in Upstate New York. But whose hatred ran so deep as to bludgeon the man and stuff him into a coffin to die? Was it his son who wants nothing more than to bring the family business out of the 19th century? Was it his wife or maybe the owner of the funeral home across town who is struggling to make ends meet? Or was it the deed of a malevolent shadow figure seen lurking outside the funeral home the morning Dan's body was found?

Lies, confessions, and long-held secrets mix with the fine art of witchcraft, as the local police and a nearby coven of witches both struggle to bring a killer to justice. But how do you capture a murderer who seems to be made of shadows that fades into obscurity every time the light of truth draws near?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781518866821
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/11/2015
Pages: 288
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.73(d)

About the Author

Raised in the Finger Lakes region of Upstate New York, Pamela prefers a quiet, rural life to that of the city. She has always loved mysteries and the macabre. Combining the two in her own writing, along with her love for historical research and genealogy came naturally. Hours spent watching 'Monster Movie Matinee', 'Twilight Zone', a myriad of Hammer Films and devouring one Stephen King book after another probably helped, too.

Outside of her work as a novelist, Pamela has written numerous historic articles for the Tioga County Courier, an Owego, NY newspaper. She has done genealogy research for family and friends and was a Civil War reenactor for close to ten years. In 2014 Pamela joined the ranks of writers for the online magazine, The Good Men Project. She also enjoys scrapbooking road trip adventures and has kept a journal since 1977.

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