Friday, January 17, 2014

"Roanoke Vanishing," by Auburn Seal

America's lost colony of Roanoke gets a clever treatment from author Auburn Seal, who entertainingly spins a paranormal tale about what happened to those 117 colonists who so mysteriously disappeared in the 1580s. A must read for historical fiction buffs and those looking for a stimulating, speculative read.

Roanoke Vanishing (The Vanishing Series), by Auburn Seal
Price: $2.99
306 pages, with a 4.5-star rating from 24 reviews

"This was a very creative story and fun read. The author sets up an original new approach to an old American mystery, and at the same time creates a deeper, more complex plot that leads the characters into other adventures in future books. Great action and drama for both the present day characters and the colonial characters, and the two worlds are entertwined to keep the reader both enlightened and in suspense. Overall an excellent achievement." -- Amazon reviewer

Avery Lane is driven to discover the fate of the 117 missing colonists of Roanoke. When she encounters a mysterious group called the Descendants, who are determined to keep the colony’s secret hidden, Avery must choose between her obsession for the past and her own survival. Will solving this mystery cost her everything? Is there more to this secret than what is buried at Roanoke? Haunted by visions of the past, she must find answers before the Descendants stop her and forever banish the truth.

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Meet the Author

Auburn enjoys writing historical fiction and contemporary short stories, almost always with a paranormal twist giving the dead a prominent role in her writing. When she isn't hanging out in cemeteries or doing genealogy, she enjoys her interaction with fellow authors in her various writing groups. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family.


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