Scarecrow - eBook
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Vendor: Open Road Media
Publication Date: 2013
Beware the kindness of strangers
After crashing her car, Pamela Westbrook awakens to find that she has been rescued and cared for by the Whittakers, a family living on a remote farm in the Ozark hills. Still reeling from her accident and haunted by a tragic loss, Pamela takes comfort in the farms quaint setting and the familys peaceful ways.
But soon, Pamela becomes wary of her surroundings. Micah, the strange, silent son, is treated cruelly and seems desperate to convey a message to Pamela. Girlie, the youngest child, possesses frightening, unnatural powers. When its time for the ritual burning of the scarecrows, Pamela comes face to face with a terrifying evil. She is ready to get away from the familys dark ritualsbut the Whittakers dont want her to leave.
This ebook features an illustrated biography of Richie Tankersley Cusick including rare photos and never-before-seen documents from the authors personal collection.
For three decades, Richie Tankersley Cusick (b. 1952) has been one of the most prominent authors of horror fiction for young adults. Born in New Orleans, Louisianahome to some of the countrys most ancient ghostsCusick grew up in a small bayou town called Barataria. Inspired by the eerie Louisiana swampland, she began writing at a young age. After college, Cusick took a job at Hallmark and moved to a haunted house in Kansas City, where she began work on her first novel, Evil on the Bayou, whose success allowed her to leave her job and begin writing fulltime. Since then, Cusick has written more than two dozen novels. She and her three dogs live in North Carolina, where Cusick writes on an antique roll-top desk that was once owned by a funeral director. The desk is, of course, haunted.
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