What harm could come from attending a séance? Kellan Brooks finds it silly until she steps into a crack between her world and a
place she could never have imagined. The local grapevine pushes her cleaning business down the drain, her boyfriend to running damage control, and a steady stream of troubled souls to the gate that has appeared in her apartment. Her writer’s block is broken, but the clear voice Kellan hears doesn’t belong to her.
Connor Clarke needs Kellan to get an urgent message to his brother. She agrees to keep the gate closed on the entity that took his life, but no way is she playing messenger for a dead kid.
Anthony Clarke seeks truth for a living and spent twenty years searching for reasons behind Connor’s suicide. He is as blind to his own problems as he is to Connor’s presence. So when the entity escapes to target Anthony, Kellan must drop everything to find him before he meets Connor’s killer face to face.
"This is a terrific, sometimes funny, sometimes terrifying book, and I recommend it to any fan of urban fantasy, supernatural,
or just plain good writing out there."
Mary Ann Peden-Coviello – Freelance Editor, www.skewednotions.com
"Warning Signs is a well told cautionary tale packed with the kinds of experiences that parapsychologists love to investigate."
Dave Roberts, Managing Editor, The Journal of Parapsychology
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