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This is the story of obsession and ghosts that haunt us. 

David seems to be the only one who has tied together the string of murders going on in his hometown, but even if he told someone, no one will believe that the murders are connected with a haunting. After David spirals into the ultimate despair, he flees town, returning only for his high school reunion where he finds the people he cared most for are all suffering the same obsessions and misery that strangles the town, killing one by one.

How many will die before David can find a way to stop the evil from taking over everyone and everything?

The human mind is as terrifying as any boogie man or monster. Obsessions and love gone wrong can be as deadly as any serial killer. David lives in 1957, a time viewed as idyllic, but it wasn't. Descending into obsession and madness, he must face loss and ghosts of the past while battling a curse that spans 500 years. 

The Time of Grace scrapes the nerves raw and reminds us that insanity may be right around the corner...any corner.

©2015 Catt Dahman (P)2019 Catt Dahman

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  • 19-07-2020

Time Of Waste

The worst book I've ever listened to. The plot goes absolutely nowhere, until a never before Curse pops up in the last chapter! This is a seemly good story that falls literally flat on it's face! I really enjoyed Catt Dahman's two polar novels. I will give her one more chance.

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