Grief-stricken in the wake of her daughter’s death, Selma embarks on a trip to the small Caribbean island of Bornay. Escaping winter’s chill and inescapable reminders of her lost daughter, she finds herself charmed by a quaint seaside inn, its eccentric guests, the miles of beaches, and a new friend, Gerry.
Little did she guess that before long she would be desperately fighting for her life and the lives of those she loves as she discovers the Bornay Inn isn’t what it claims to be—and that curses can be all too real!
Paperback, 6 X 9, 150 pp.
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Writing novels is something of a departure for author Terri Geerinck, who is well-known as the author of texts in psychology and human relations that have been adopted by colleges and universities across Canada. Recently retired from her position as a professor and consultant, she decided to try her hand at fiction. Using her experience of psychology, she creates characters that are real and often troubled -- people with flaws and frailties as well as courage and kindness. Her fascination with the supernatural also shows itself in her fiction. She lives in the Kawarthas region of Ontario and enjoys travelling extensively.
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GOLD MINE CURSE
After the terrifying experiences recounted in Island Curse, Selma and Gerry move to a small northern Ontario mining town to start a new life together. An enormous lode of gold ore has just been discovered and the town is booming.
But gold isn’t all that’s waiting to be found in Canada’s deepest mine shaft, and soon the entire town is threatened by an ancient evil more monstrous than anything Selma and Gerry could have imagined. Just as they did on Bornay Island, Selma, her family and friends confront forces bent on their annihilation. Can they stop unspeakable evil from destroying everything they love?
Help from an unexpected and unearthly source comes to their aid once more—but this time it may not be enough…
Paperback, 5 X 8, 284 pp
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