One by one, Laura Armstrong’s friends and adoptive family members are being murdered, and despite her special healing powers, there is nothing she can do to stop it. The killer haunts her dreams and leaves cryptic notes advising her to use her powers to save herself because she’s next.
Determined to find the killer, she follows her visions to her hometown and the site of a crashed meteorite. There she meets Ben Fieldstone, who seeks answers about his parents’ death the night the meteorite struck. In a race to stop a mad man, they unravel a frightening mystery that binds them together.
But the killer’s desire to destroy Laura face-to-face leads to a showdown that puts her relationship with Ben in jeopardy and her pure spirit to the test. With the killer closing in, Laura discovers her destiny is linked to the stranger and she has two choices – redeem him or kill him.
Author Name: Donna Galanti
Title: A Human Element
Release Date: March 15, 2012
Word Count: 102, 037
ISBN: 978-1-59080-876-4 print 978-1-59080-875-7 eBook
Price: $15.99 print $2.99 eBook
Genre: Paranormal Suspense
Meet the Author:
Donna Galanti is a member of the Greater Lehigh Valley Writers Group and a regular attendee at the Philadelphia Liars Club Writer’s Coffeehouse. If she couldn’t write she would bike, hike, and kayak every day. She’s also the author of a memoir Letters from BootCamp (iUniverse), written after a stint as a U.S. Navy photographer in Hawaii. She holds a B.A. in English from SUNY Albany and is an entrepreneur at heart with a background in marketing. She operated a resume writing service for years until she closed up shop to write novels. Donna dreamed of being a writer at seven years old when she fell in love with Narnia and Roald Dahl. She lived in England at the time, attending school in a magical castle where her imagination ran wild in an itchy uniform (bowling hat and tie included). She now lives in Pennsylvania with her family and two crazy cats in an old farmhouse. It has lots of writing nooks, fireplaces and stink bugs, but she’s still wishing for a castle again. Visit her at: www.donnagalanti.com