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Affliction

S.L. Dearing

Publisher: SLDearing

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Kaila Montgomery is a vivacious young woman, enjoying her collegiate years. She excels in her classes, shares a great apartment with her best friend Kate, and has many friends. Life is great! That is until she begins to feel as if she’s being watched, and a mysterious package leads to one frightening event after another. Can Kaila figure out who is watching her, before it’s too late? 

**Affliction is a stalking short story. It contains violence, mature situations and potential triggers.**

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