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BY C.D. PENNINGTON
Fiction, Fantasy Horror
A year since Seleen Holt’s sudden disappearance, Barrador refuses to accept his wife is gone forever.
Struggling to cope with her absence, Barrador finally finds something to take his mind off his beloved Seleen when several villagers mysteriously vanish from their homes.
Following a series of disturbing and inexplicable events at his home, Barrador – and his faithful companion, the majestic white tiger Naluca – discover a harrowing link between the hauntings and the disappearances.
As Barrador delves deeper into the mystery paralysing Arthingdale, nothing can prepare him for what he uncovers.
Mysterious black candles. Bones that walk. A priest with a dark history. And the rarest of white tigers.
The 2nd fantasy novel ‘NINE LIVES’ by C.D. Pennington is now available.
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I don’t have any trouble finding ideas for my novels.
It’s getting those ideas down on paper and into something that people might want to read – that’s my biggest problem.
– C.D. PENNINGTON
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