RWWRA Publishing has released Kath Russell’s short story collection Ghostly Tidewater Trilogy in a digital edition that includes Mobi and ePub formats. The collection consists of three contemporary stories featuring spirits who haunt the waterways, shores and marshes of the Old Line State and the mortals who encounter them.
Description: The restless shade of John Wilkes Booth wanders his escape route to Virginia in search of the horse he abandoned on the Maryland shore, Moll Dyer, accused of witchcraft long ago, returns to the scene of her tragic death on a stormy winter night and a mysterious spirit watches over troubling events on a tidewater college campus.
“Maryland is home to the Poe gravesite, the Blair Witch Project and many other spooky connections and legends. Maryland ghosts are charming and chilly, horrible and helpful, vengeful and protective – apparitions to suit every paranormal taste,” Russell said. “When it comes to certain geographies, like the Sleepy Hollow of the immortal Washington Irving tale or the House of the Seven Gables in Salem, Nathaniel Hawthorne’s witchy setting, readers just know they are in for a satisfyingly supernatural encounter.”
Russell is a former bioscience executive who holds a bachelor’s degree in history from Northwestern University, a master’s degree in journalism from Boston University, an MBA from Kellogg and a certificate in creative writing from the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program. Her novels include: A Pointed Death, Deed So, and Buddy’s Tail.
You can pick up the Kindle edition here: Ghostly Tidewater Trilogy