A Dark Spring, an anthology from Tangled Tree Publishing – Release Blitz

Stories That Twist & Tangle

Laura N. Andrews ● M. Billiter  Kim Deister  R.M. Gilmore
Kenneth Jobe  Barb Shuler  M.C. St. John  Ricky Wells

Title: A Dark Spring
Genre: Suspense
Release Date: April 11, 2020
Cover Designer: BookSmith Design
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Eight original tales of suspense that will tangle your senses and keep you gripped. From murder to the unknown, the everyday world is explored in these tension-fuelled and twisted novellas. Be prepared to get tangled.

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A Tangled Oracle by Laura N. Andrews
In Oracle Vardalos’s dreams, people are murdered. News stories follow and the evidence piles up against her. She must save those she loves; even if it’s from herself.

The Burning Rock by M. Billiter
They agreed it would be easier this way. Still, when it was over, all that remained was an empty saddle and a closed casket.

Tangled Love by Kim Deister
He’s the Gomez to her Morticia, the center of her world. But everything changes when Tessa sees something she was never supposed to see. Love and sanity become tangled, leaving her teetering on the edge of the cliff, wondering if her life will ever be the same again.

Gnarled by R.M. Gilmore
Carter Kennedy returns to her father’s hometown after nearly twenty years to claim her inheritance. She quickly discovers why her father had kept her and her brother away from Scully’s Hollow and the people who inhabit it.

Early Retirement by Kenneth Jobe
Loyal husband and hard-working employee Richard Griffith has his world turned upside down. When he is dealt yet another bad hand and uncovers the identity of his wife’s lover, he reaches his breaking point.

Tangled Obsession by Barb Shuler
Injured and stranded on a mountain with the sun setting and no help in sight, Elsa Malloy has only two optionsfight or die. Believing her loved ones are dead, and fighting against the elements of the mountain, Elsa is left to fend off a sadistic killer alone.

We Only Want to Play by M.C. St. John
Teacher aide Julie Trudeau has noticed something odd among the remaining summer school students: they are playing a game of Telephone without moving their lips. When recess turns violent, it’s up to Julie and a ragtag group of staff and students to survive after the last school bell.

The House on Oak Street by Ricky Wells
Spring break approaches and three middle schoolers look forward to their mini-vacation.  But when one of them goes missing, Ann and Roger find that no one will listen to them.  It’s up to them to rescue their friend or are they the next victims of the House on Oak Street?

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