Due to a tragic event, Dean Moore's life has plummeted into a devastating spiral. Once a talented artist, he finds himself trapped in a dimension of his canvas with feisty 13 year old Lyn Staley. The layers of paintings mark important segments of his life, including a portrait containing his anguish and one holding his fury. In order to save the girl he must fight to live for the first time in his life. The only way to do so: go through the portraits and face the pain and anger that work to destroy him on his journey to salvation.
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A Marine Corps Veteran with a Bachelor's Degree in Philosophy, B Hughes-Millman, worked as an Executive Director for the Screen Actors Guild when she started writing Darkest Frost, the first book in The Black Casket Legacy. It was an unforgettable dream that led to the development of the story 6 years later. When she sent her first rough draft to colleagues in the entertainment industry, they fell in love with the story. She soon began developing a television series based on the books with a good friend, a seasoned television Producer/Director. After some deep soul-searching, she decided to focus her energy on publishing her books before going further on developing a series or feature film based on the novels. When her daughter passed away in 2008, she continued rewriting and revising with a laser-like focus to ensure the novels her daughter loved would someday be published. Darkest Frost has been revered for its suspense with such comments as "difficult to put down." Crimson Tears is a favorite of many with even more layers of suspense as well as inspiring deep emotional involvement in the journey of the two main characters, Dean and Lyn.
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Book Description Black Casket Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0615666620
Book Description Black Casket Publishing, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 338 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.77 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk0615666620