Careful What You Wish For, an exceptional novel by Anne Katheryn Hawley.
Drowning was not exactly what Meggie had planned on, but ironically, it was drowning that saved her life ... and her marriage ... and possibly her soul. This is a twisting tale of fate, with a woven thread of spirituality. Things are not always what they seem. Expect the unexpected, and be careful what you wish for!
"Another page-turner by Anne Katheryn Hawley!
Her uncanny knack for probing unobtrusively into the foibles of human nature once again brings us face-to-face with our own demons. The reader is effortlessly pulled into the lives of her well-crafted characters. We love a book that makes us feel as well as think, and Anne is so very good at that!"
If you liked The Girl on the Train or Gone Girl, you will love Worth More Dead!
Worth More Dead, the debut novel by Anne Katheryn Hawley, is a psychological thriller about a dangerously dysfunctional family, where the rivalry and jealousy between three sisters is raw and palpable.
Poor judgment, impulsive decisions, and naughty behavior result in a horrific tragedy - for which everyone pays a dear price.
Praise for Worth More Dead
"The twist at the end was quite a surprise, though in retrospect was very well-crafted throughout the story. Intriguing first novel for this talented writer. We'll be hearing more about her in the near future."
P.L. Woods, Artisantown.com
"Wow! This is Fatal Attraction meets Whatever Happened to Baby Jane - great read!"
"Loved it ... actually looked forward to picking up this book every night to find out what would happen next! Hard to put down!"
R. B. of Reader's Circle Group
"WORTH MORE DEAD is so well written, that you quickly develop a clear image of each character, and can't put the book down because you want to find out what is going to happen next with each one! The dialogue and characterization is so real that you feel you KNOW these people! Be ready to be hooked!"
Jill Beauchamp, Horizon Books of Northern Michigan
Something Wicked This Way Comes, A collection of ghost stories, Some true, and some lies.