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Shroud of Darkness
Victoria Barton’s routine life is tarnished only by her memories of her tumultuous youth. A runaway at sixteen, she fled with her boyfriend to the Haight-Ashbury section of San Francisco in 1968, and eventually to Woodstock. The only hippie in the Haight to never do drugs, Victoria is at a loss to explain why she is plagued by memories—bitter and sweet—and nightmares that she can’t remember upon awakening.Her sleepy southern Illinois hometown seems comfortable and far removed from the Haight, until a boy’s pet is killed in a ritualistic fashion. When a woman is attacked next, Victoria is forced to ask: What is it about her past that’s connected to the very real violence happening now?
Birth of the Storm
Young Vickie adapts to her new life with the hippies in Haight-Ashbury while keeping away from the “fuzz” who send home runaways like her. But it is not the paradise that Robbie promised her. She catches her boyfriend with other women both at home in San Francisco and later at Woodstock, and she realizes that her love will never be enough for him. Vickie faces the choice between the man she loves and the life she left behind in Illinois. After Woodstock, they retreat to New York City to rest before the long trip back across the country. But the party takes a deadly turn.
In 1992, Victoria realizes her memories are warning her of danger for her entire hometown. She races home together with her fiancé, Gary, only to find that the trouble has already begun.
With the body count rising, Victoria and Gary face the coming storm.
Victoria’s chaotic ex-boyfriend, Robbie Carter, returns to Campton to flaunt his best-selling book. He incites an abnormal level of attraction, danger, and uproar, especially among the females. But people continue to disappear or die in gruesome ways, and Victoria’s friends fear for her safety.
When another familiar face from her past show up, she wonders if her ex is really the evil mastermind. What connection could there be between the murders and her hippie friends?
Human depravity summons paranormal horrors and the true battle is revealed. Victoria must stand alone against the evil. Can she call on a greater Power to save her family and her town before it’s too late?