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P.W. Creighton's New Supernatural Thriller Release "Hysteria"

 Sometimes High School Memories Do More Than Haunt You...

Author and fellow investigator P.W. Creighton has just released the second book in the Nightfall series from Astraea Press. This supernatural thriller, mystery follows Connor Maitland and his partners through a rapidly deteriorating situation after they are targeted by a mysterious cult that has killed everyone close to them.

As Connor tries to cope with his past and the deaths of those close to him, he begins to question the reality of the world around him and if his past is what he remembers.

This take on the paranormal focuses intently on how real-world paranormal experiences can influence a person's behavior through their own perceptions of the events. Was that shadow actually moving? Why didn't anyone else just see that? 

Congrats to P.W. and looking forward to the next.

Three years after a fanatical cult attempted to murder everyone important to him, Connor Maitland is still attempting to put his life back together. Accompanied by his business partner Alison and their new recruit, he is making a living as a jack-of-all-trades running a security company, sailing charters, and even photographing weddings; whatever it takes to get by.  Connor’s world was finally coming back together until the cult resurfaced in an effort to finish what they started.

After a violent attack, Connor finally has a lead on the founders of the cult and their motivations. The investigation is hindered when they are forced into taking a case to protect a family from a disturbing neighbor. As reports of residents disappearing begin to surface, Connor is caught between his desire to learn the truth about the cult and the need to save the family.

Connor is learning that sometimes high school memories do more than haunt you…





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