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The Shadows

Michael Lampman

Publisher: Michael Lampman

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Summary

Everyone is haunted by something in their past. David Hogan has his past hunting him down.

	When nightmares begin terrorizing him, he decides to head back home to the place of his greatest loss. and once there, he learns of a terrible secret that is following him. People are vanishing. They see a black shadow stalking him wherever he goes.

	Patty Gullman needs his help. Her father was one of those that disappeared. Together, they have to learn the truth behind David's past before that past takes everyone he knows.

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