If you’re up for some seriously creepy stuff, Jane Doe is your jam. Picture this: fog so thick you can’t see a thing, a weird town with secrets, and a couple stuck right in the middle of a sinister plot. I was hooked from the get-go. Janice and Steve’s adventure is like a rollercoaster ride – you don’t know what’s around the corner, and trust me, it’s not all rainbows and unicorns. -goodreads review
WHATEVER YOU DO, DON’T GO OUT IN THE FOG…
“When I first got here, you told me nobody goes out in the fog…”
“It’s true. That’s an easy way to go missing.”
“I did not know what to expect… such an enjoyable and thrilling read.”
“Wow! What a crazy train ride… Like watching an episode of the Twilight Zone!”
Janice Briggs is heading for a job interview she’ll never reach.
Forced off the road by a rapidly encroaching fog, Janice and her husband Steve make a stop in the infamous Northwoods – a small town with a bizarre reputation.
Their unscheduled visit coincides with the discovery of the body of an unknown woman and unfortunately for Janice and Steve, they’ve stepped right in the middle of a conspiracy.
Northwoods is a town of strange secrets. Secrets the authorities will stop at nothing to keep buried and a race against time becomes a fight for survival. Can Janice and Steve escape the tangled web – and Northwoods – with their lives?
A gripping mystery horror novel that plunges readers into the eerie atmosphere of the Northwoods, a small town shrouded in secrets. Janice Briggs’ journey takes a sinister turn when she and her husband Steve find themselves caught in the clutches of a rapidly encroaching fog, leading them to the enigmatic Northwoods. As they stumble upon the lifeless body of an unknown woman, they become unwittingly entangled in a complex conspiracy that threatens their very lives. -goodreads review
About the Author
MARC W. SHAKO is a horror/thriller novelist, screenwriter, and aficionado of all things paranormal, from Yorkshire, England.
When not reading or writing about the undead, hauntings, modern-day wolf-men and UFOs in his blog, “Tall Tales: A Blog of the Unexpected”, Marc can be found watching football, playing the guitar with various degrees of success, or engrossed in his latest addiction – binge-listening to podcasts.
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