Bitter Ground by J.R. Erickson
English | 2020 | Mystery/Thriller | ePUB | 3.0 MB
J.R. Erickson was born in Lansing, Michigan and grew up in Mason where she lived with her parents and sister on a 40 acre pseudo-farm. Pseudo because there was no planting, to speak of, just a hodge podge of creatures from pigmy goats to raccoons. In addition to nature, reading and writing were her major passions and she passed many a summer scribbling horror stories on tattered sheets of notebook paper that her cousins Matt and Jen illustrated.
More than a decade ago, six kids witnessed unspeakable horror. Not all of them lived to tell.
Riza is no longer that kid – troubled, angry, and filled with secrets. She’s grown up, and when she stumbles upon an on-line forum about the shuttered Northern Michigan Asylum, she tries to pretend it never happened – not the years of experimentation, nor the strange midnight writings, and most of all, not the murders.
But someone wants her to remember.
Deaths shockingly similar to those that occurred in 1989 are happening again.
As the killings get closer to home, Riza is forced to face her past one last time.