The guilt of our childhood can haunt us for decades.
Twenty years ago, a childhood tragedy drove six friends apart. But when one of them is found dead in the historic, wooded ruins of the New England settlement known as Dogtown, old acquaintances find themselves drawn together.
Now they must work together to solve the meaning behind a message written in blood, a series of attacks, and the mysterious quills that seem to tie them all together. But time is quickly running out.
Indian Summer is a chilling tale of six childhood friends and the things that haunt them—both natural and otherworldly.
My good friend Aaron Mahnke has released his new book today. I got to read a pre-release copy and couldn't put it down. Let me also mention the fact that I don't really like to read (nor do I love fiction). It's only $3.99 on Kindle right now (iBooks coming soon). If you need a good book for the weekend, you can't go wrong with this one.
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