I totally forgot how difficult it is to decide on a book cover. Going by my romance series THE GOLDEN GIRLS, that’s easy to see. After haven published the series with two different cover versions so far, I’m now thinking of giving it a ‘facelift’ from the cover artist who did my new novel GIRL FROM THE TREE HOUSE. Check out the cover she did for me. What do you think?
The book is now available as pre-order for the special early bird price of $4.80. The price will go up to the normal $9.80 on the release date, 30 May 2019.
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It all unraveled at the funeral…
Horace Reid’s death opened the door to our freedom. His widow, Elizabeth, exists only on paper. She disappeared thirty years ago. It’s us, the Tribe, who live in her body now. But nobody knows that. Us are Elise, the reluctant host, Lilly the closer, Ama, the proverbial mother, Sky, our wise guide, Amadeus, the warrior, and Luke, the man around the house. There are others, but we make sure they stay hidden and away from harm.
After Horace’s funeral, they tried to lock us in a mental hospital. Our sister-in-law had it all carefully planned. Thanks to quick thinking—yes, being a multiple has its advantages—we escaped to New Zealand’s South Island. Tucked away in the West Coast wilderness we… well, the plan was to continue our healing. We didn’t expect that monsters from our past still had us on their radar. When the police accuse us of murder we have to run again. Where to go, which way to turn? Our neighbor Scott appears helpful, but can we trust him? Can we trust ourselves? Can we trust anyone?
THE GIRL FROM THE TREE HOUSE is the first of a series of psychological thrillers set in current-day New Zealand. It describes how Elizabeth, a forty-two-year-old woman with multiple personalities (Dissociative Identity Disorder, DID), fights for her sanity and freedom. Four core personalities tell the story from the inside out, giving a touching insight into the workings of the dissociated mind. There are no graphic descriptions of abuse.