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Soul Search (A Zackie Story)

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The spirits of the dead are like drowning people. They have no intent to do harm, but once they notice people like Fia, they latch on and in their panic and desperation, drag them under. Fia is a young woman in deep trouble, but the world thinks she owns the deluxe edition of crazy. To have any chance at a normal life, she needs a new start. Convinced that the woods are empty and safe, she signs on as a wilderness search and rescue volunteer. Bad assumption. Big mistake.

When Fia witnesses a psychopomp leading a dead boy through a portal to the afterlife, she is frantic to learn the secret of how to free herself from the dead. Can she overcome her necrophobia and serve the Guardian of the Dead?

Keywords: Search and Rescue, SAR, Search & Rescue, psychopomp, paranormal, supernatural, ghost, spirit, haunting, haunt, haunted, search dog, canine handler, Plott Hound, Plott hound

Copyright © 2016-2017 Favis Literary LLC

From Susannah Charleson, author of the New York Times bestselling Scent of the Missing: Love and Partnership with a Search and Rescue Dog

"Taking search work beside a talented K9 into the realm of the paranormal, Reyna Favis' Soul Search is a dark, unexpected journey with surprises at every turn--the first in a series of books following a gritty heroine whose trouble follows her: an uneasy connection to the dead. From the harrowing open to the conclusion's hard-won peace, a book to appeal to readers ready to take a leap in to the afterlife's great unknown."

Reyna Favis

  

​50% of author's earnings for this book will be donated to 501(c)3 charities

25% Search and Rescue Teams of Warren County, 25% Wayward Plotts for Plott Hound rescue

SOUL SEARCH IS AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE

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