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The Siren’s Scream: Was it ever safe to go into the water?

The Siren’s Scream: Was it ever safe to go into the water?

by Thomas White

FBT review:

Looking for a spine-chilling indie book to satisfy your horror cravings? Look no further than "The Siren's Scream: Was it ever safe to go into the water?" by Thomas White. This heart-pounding tale follows Darcy Wainwright, a realtor who unknowingly sells a haunted mansion to a man with a dangerous obsession. The backyard holds a deadly secret—a tide pool inhabited by a vengeful siren. As the siren's evil agenda unfolds, Darcy and her new tenant must face unimaginable horrors. Perfect for fans of indie titles, this gripping story will keep you on the edge of your seat. Get your copy of "The Siren's Scream" on today and dive into a world of fear and suspense.

Publisher Description:

An old mansion sits atop of a cliff, overlooking the ocean, in Santa Cruz, CA. A young realtor, Darcy Wainwright, manages to sell the dilapidated old house to Henry Childs, an obese nebbish who is obsessed with the property. In the backyard is a pool. Not an ordinary pool but a giant tide pool. In the tide pool is a siren with an evil agenda for revenge.

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