by Micheal Rivers


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ISBN-13: 9781475134360
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/02/2012
Pages: 246
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author


Micheal Rivers is the pseudonym for M.D. Baugham. His Cherokee heritage prompted him to honor his great-grandfather and write under the name of Rivers. He grew up near the Outer Banks of North Carolina. His love of the sea and all it has to offer was the driving force behind his first novel, The Black Witch. Micheal became aware of the paranormal world as a child. Being a recognized authority as a paranormal investigator with more than thirty years of research he has taught classes and has given speeches. Micheal provides his readers with some of his experiences woven into his supernatural thrillers.

He has been writing since 1993 and was first published in 2003. His works include supernatural thrillers, horror and literary fiction. His ghost story anthologies are published by Schiffer Publishing. He is currently working on several manuscripts and has a new fictional thriller espionage series in the works under his name M.D. Baugham.

Verliege was voted supernatural book of the year in 2012. His books have made the Kindle Top 100 Paid List several times and have hit #1 in Supernatural.

Micheal is a USMC veteran and served during Vietnam. The passions in his life are his wife, family, Boxer Delilah affectionately known as DeeDee, and the great outdoors. He is the lead investigator for the Smokey Mountain Ghost Trackers.

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The Black Witch

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Verliege 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
SueViscusi508 More than 1 year ago
I thought that really good ghost stories were a thing of the past, long gone, never to return. Micheal Rivers is proof that good old fashioned ghost stories are still alive. I stumbled upon this book through Twitter, best follow indeed. This book combines old world with new world, past lives with present lives. It literally leaves you on the edge of your seat not wanting to put it down for a moment. It's captivating, gripping and with the most unexpected twists imaginable. This is a definitely a book worth adding to your library. Again, real ghost stories died long ago, but Micheal Rivers has brought them back. High recommended, you will not be disappointed. Once you enter Virliege you'll never want to leave it. An extraordinary grip Rivers puts on you. This is Supernatural like you've never encountered.
Mallory_SupernaturalFan More than 1 year ago
Review of Verliege by Micheal Rivers 5 stars “Verliege” is a fast-paced Supernatural mystery/thriller which keeps readers simultaneously intrigued and guessing “What’s next?” Focusing on a German castle built very early In the 17th century, and the American couple which comes to possess (and be possessed by) it, the story will have readers checking over their shoulders and listening for strange, unexpected, footsteps and voices. The cliché is: “If something is too good to be true-often it isn’t true.” Adrian and Alicia tour a beautiful ancient German castle, nestled above a tiny anachronistic village, and Alicia falls in love with it. Discovering they can buy it for only $300,000 American (unbelievable!), they purchase it, and historian Adrian sets about discovering the secrets of the castle, both through research and by questioning a devoted groundskeeper-caretaker. As days pass, it becomes apparent that Alicia also has inroads into the Castle’s past, but certainly not via the same venues as Adrian-for she is in contact with denizens of the past-literally. I couldn’t put the story aside, and I venture to say the same will be true for you, Gentle Readers. Of course, remember to look behind you every now and then, and glance toward the door of the room, just in case someone unexpected is passing by. An e-book copy was provided to me by the author in return for my fair and impartial review.