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Can three generations of women stop the bloodthirsty demon, Marchosias?

Part I: The nightmare begins…

Elli Becker believes she has landed a dream job as a trainee in the SS Helferinnen women’s Korps. The year is 1941, and seventeen-year-old Elli soon struggles with Nazi ideology as she sees Jewish families evicted and beaten on the streets of Berlin. A set of supernatural occurrences leads her to track the demon assassin Marchosias.The race to command The King of Killers starts, but he executes impossible assassinations and escapes without a trace. A Jewish man Josef Leinkraum is the only clue, and he went underground to dodge arrest. Elli sacrifices everything and ends up on the wrong side for a young German woman.

The Gestapo agents close in on her…

Part II: The nightmare continues…

Rayne Parker thought she’d escaped from the supernatural world when she changed her last name, moved to Philadelphia and became a Private Investigator. Then the mysterious Lucinda Devereaux enters her life.

Tragedy strikes again…

“This afternoon, at 3:17, you’re going to receive the most important phone call you’ve ever taken.” Rayne ignores the ghoulish woman’s prediction, even after she sees photos of a man whose body bears all the trademarks of Marchosias. Burned to death in one hellish blast, little remains. When her boyfriend Liam calls at the precise time Lucinda predicted, he didn’t have to say a word. She already knew.

Rayne becomes the prime suspect in five murders, all victims of the demon. Fugitives, Rayne and Liam travel to see Elli, the grandmother she severed ties with. Full of questions, she finds Elli reluctant to provides answers. But the truth reveals itself, leaving a stunned Rayne reeling.

Some things are best left unsaid.

Who can you trust when your own mind deceives you?

Like millions of people around the world, Susan suffers from clinical depression. When her illness begins to take a toll on her family life, her husband convinces her to see a psychiatrist. At first she doesn’t want to go, but for the sake of their two daughters, she agrees. She soon finds herself in a nightmare spiral of ineffective medication, incorrect diagnosis, and a distant and uncaring healthcare provider. As her depression grows worse, the doses of her medication increase. Susan feels her life slipping away from her, day by day. No one can help her. No one seems to care… When her despair and paranoia drive her to commit self-harm, she is committed to a dismal state mental hospital. Caged like an animal, each day darker than the last, Susan struggles to find the will to go on. As her family sinks deeper into debt for her treatment, an experimental drug offers her one last ray of hope. But is it too late? Can the love and support of her family help Susan battle the cloud of depression that has darkened years of her life? Secrets, Lies, and Deception is a searing portrayal of mental illness in America and the inadequacies of a deeply flawed mental healthcare system. Readers touched by stories like Girl Interrupted, Prozac Nation, and One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest won’t be able to put down this heart wrenching tale of a mother’s courageous battle for her own sanity.