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Wandering Souls

Book one of Atlas Cliffs series

Publisher: Dawn Publishing
Book type: Novel
Age: YA (12-18)
Genre: Mystery · Thriller
Sub Genre: Paranormal · Romance · Supernatural
Language: English
Key Phrases: ghosts · love · Mystery · teen
“This is the perfect read for anyone who loves paranormal ghost stories with mystery, murder, young love and suspense. This book was so well written and just flowed right along. I thought it might be too scary for me but it wasn’t , it had just the right amount of spooky and creepiness but without gruesome descriptive gore and I really enjoyed it so much. 5 stars***** I’m looking forward to reading book 2!”
– Robin P. – Amazon
The dead aren’t the only ones wandering…

Letting go is not an option.

In the coastal town of Atlas Cliffs, seventeen-year-old Drew Harlow has a secret. She can see the dead. She’s always seen them, and they’ve always left her alone.

Until now.

Drew’s final year of high school should have been fun. It should have been carefree. It would have, if not for the accident that took the life of her boyfriend, Shane. Now, it’s all she can do to keep her head above water. But Drew can’t shake the feeling that something was missed.

Move forward. Let go. There’s no way Shane could’ve survived. That’s what her best friend Piper keeps telling her. Except, if Drew can see the dead, why can’t she see Shane?


Drew embarks on a mission to uncover the secrets of Neptune Point, the scene of Shane’s accident. As she digs into the mystery, she exposes unexpected darkness that has been buried for too long. But someone doesn’t want the truth to come out, and they will protect it at all costs. Even if it means silencing Drew.

She cannot turn back now.

Choosing to ignore what is in front of her is no longer an option.

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