A Ghostly Cry

A Mother's Search for Justice From Beyond the Grave

by Lecy McKenzie



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/22/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781481718561
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 196
ISBN : 9781481718578

About the Book

Lecy’s Ghostly Books are being Revamped, Revised and Re-horrified for 2013: Get ready for A Ghostly Cry: Sometimes evil plans can come back to haunt you. ABOUT THE BOOK: A Ghostly Cry: A MOTHER'S SEARCH FOR JUSTICE A suspense thriller full of deception, evil plans, and ghostly intervention. The book revolves around the marriage of Darla Kaye Linder and Dean McKrae. The marriage of the handsome and wealthy Dean McKrae was his family's way of avoiding the scandal of an illegitimate child. Accepting this loveless and abusive marriage, just as she had accepted all the sad aspects of her life, Darla was not prepared for Dean's deceptive plan to rid himself of her and be with the beautiful, Cindy Margoles. Moving Darla and their little girl, Kayla, to a house famous for death and revenge, Dean unleashed a spirit that had been lying dormant for years. With the help of a ragged toy Bear and a sad ghost, Darla is in for the fight of her life, and for the redemption of a mother wrongly accused. Find all these books at lecysghostlybooks.com

About the Author

Author Lecy McKenzie’s great passion in life was always writing. As a young girl, she gave away hundreds of short stories. She remembers always having a notebook in her hand, with one great novel or the other in various stages of completion. She would write her inner most thoughts, and she was amazed when people told her they were really good. She wrote about everything but her favorite stories were those about super natural encounters. Lecy credits her mother for telling her of hauntingly scary tales regarding her travels across the country as a young girl. My mother would have been a great author, Lecy writes, but a young marriage, and raising her children dominated her life, and never gave her the chance to prove that talent. She could tell a story more amazing than any book I have ever read, Lecy writes, and she was truly my mentor. She always had faith in me, and now, I hope I honor that faith and her memory.