by T.R. Braxton
Genre: Horror/Supernatural Suspense
The Wraith is a unique and spine tingling tale for readers who love to be scared.
John Rainbird Jefferies is haunted by visions of a malevolent spirit. Every time the young Maupai tribesman "sees" the creature, a native of tiny Bay Corner, Maryland dies. Local detectives are mystified by the impossible nature of the deaths, but John realizes that sinister forces are at work. He understands the wraith's hateful motivation, as well as its intention to take many more victims. John knows that he must stop the creature that was once his best friend, or die trying.
This review is from: The Wraith (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*
This was an interesting story. I enjoyed the suspense, the paranormal, the whole aspect of it. It was like a mystery, horror all wrapped into one. The idea of getting revenge is great! This suspenseful story will keep you pinned to your seat!
It was interesting watching the cops try to figure this out and come to terms with the situation. If you like suspense and mystery, you're going to enjoy this book! There's so much to say, but i don't want to give the details away!
T.R. Braxton is the author of the horrifying new novel, The Wraith, along with Dirty
Hands and Sight. Mr. Braxton is the sole proprietor of Montebello Books publishing
A special educator by day, Braxton began to seriously pursue his writing talent when
he figured out that he can write better than numerous successful authors who can't write
any better than a tongue less man can sing. After countless revisions and preparation,
Braxton published his debut novel, Dirty Hands. Braxton is proud of the tireless work he
has put into writing and publishing his novels.
Braxton has a strange sense of humor, which is often evident in his writing. One of
his more insistent claims is that his initials stand for Tyrannosaurus Rex. He also
sometimes claims to be a Herald of Galactus from the Silver Surfer comics.
Braxton is a Baltimore City native and graduate of local universities. He holds
several degrees and a fair share of student loan debt. Happily married with one child
and one very annoying cat, Braxton still resides in his hometown, where he ceaselessly
vacillates between love and hate for the city.