By Jonathon Clemmer
Headstones above empty graves litter Sarah Morgan’s family tree. No matter how they died: drowning, car wrecks, soldiers in war, few left enough behind to warrant a coffin. In Sara’s opinion this was an oddity, but nothing more. And then a close relative disappears in a pool of blood, an old man, like a harbinger of doom, appears on her doorstep, and she is dragged into a world of terror--where reality--as she knew it--no longer exists.
What They Are Saying About And Then There Were None
Move over Stephen King, there’s a new sheriff in town. And Then There Were None, is a chilling tale written with nuances so subtle you are not sure if in fact the story is fiction. The characters have depth and scope far beyond the usual horror story. From the moment you see the first page you are compelled to keep turning. This author not only has a way with words, he plays emotions like a violinist. Jonathon Clemmer is a new star on the rise. Watch for him, you will not be able to resist his thrilling tales.
—A. Dee Carey
Fox in the Mist
From the first paragraph, And Then There Were None pulls you into a world of mysterious disappearances and death. Sarah and her daughter Lydia are the latest victims.
Jonathon Clemmer’s writing is tight and suspenseful as he pulls you deeper and deeper into the story. He takes you on a roller coaster ride of chilling terror that keeps you turning the pages as each event increases the suspense.
If you like a good horror story this one will grab you by the throat and pull you through the depths of evil, right to the startling finish.
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