WHAT HIDES IN THE DARK | EP 7 | Audio Fiction | FITZMARBURY WITCHES | Occult Horror & Dark Historical Fiction Series
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Declan is missing. Le Papillon shows signs of violent struggle and inexplicable destruction. Declan's laptop is discovered among his belongings. The hard drive reveals a slew of mysterious draft documents.
Don't miss What Hides in the Dark, a seven part tale extracted from BARATANAC TRILOGY (Book One of Fitzmarbury Witches).
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The Fitzmarbury Witches series unveils a web of predatory evil that spans eras and continents. Fans of Game of Thrones, The Witcher, and matured readers of Harry Potter and His Dark Materials will love BARATANAC. Read BARATANAC for FREE on Kindle Unlimited, or BUY ON AMAZON and read on Kindle or the FREE Kindle APP.
For adult fans of Carlos Ruiz Zafón, Stephen King, Anne Rice, Alix E. Harrow, Diane Setterfield, Kate Mosse, Hillary Mantel, Philippa Gregory, Amy Harmon, Raymond E. Feist, Joe Abercrombie, Sabaa Tahir, Naomi Novik, Diana Gabaldon, Neil Gaimon, Koji Suzuki, Bernard Cornwell, Clive Barker, Dean Koontz, Ken Follett, Susanna Clark, Bridget Collins, V. E. Schwab, Charlie N. Holmberg, Silvia Moreno-Garcia, Cassandra Clare, and Madeline Miller.
Books by D. J. Swales include:
BARATANAC (Part I)
BARATANAC (Part II)
BARATANAC (Combined Parts I, II, & III)
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