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Florida author, Brenda Stinnett is pleased to announce the release of her paranormal suspense novel, Tenth Degree of the Paranormal. Stinnett’s first novel, a paranormal vampire romance entitled The King's Vampire, was released in paperback format earlier this year.
Hell hath no fury like a mother threatened in Brenda Stinnett's new novel, Tenth Degree of the Paranormal.
Whether a hunch, intuition, or something more sinister, Barbara knew she had no choice. Self-deception was no longer an option—comfortable, but not an option. She knew each denial she’d ever made left a scar on her soul, each one more painful than the last.
An epic battle between good and evil pits a mother who struggles to deny her paranormal powers against a megalomaniac intent on world destruction.
Barbara Stevens has always been different. But her inability to accept herself and all the mysterious powers she possesses has not stopped her young daughter, Tiffany, from embracing her own powers. Kidnapped by a group intent on honing and harvesting these paranormal powers in order to create a super race, suspicion soon grows that Tiffany may, in fact, possess the ten highest paranormal abilities--a possibility that threatens to open the gates of hell itself.
Tenth Degree of the Paranormal is available in print and ebook format.
Tenth Degree of the Paranormal
By Brenda Stinnett
Published: May 2014
Genre: Paranormal Suspense
About The Author:
Brenda Stinnett earned a bachelor's degree in psychology before launching a twenty-year teaching career. A member of Romance Writers of America, Stinnett's previous works include The King's Vampire, based on Charles Stuart. A lifelong traveler, Stinnett currently lives with her husband in Florida where she writes full time.
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