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30 Days of Summer Reads: Violet Dawn

Violet Dawn, by Brandilyn Collins, is a roller coaster ride of worry, creepiness, surprise, and sweet vindication. Her prose is taut, yet beautiful. You’ll find yourself cheering for Paige Williams while loving the town’s likeable (and un-likeable) characters. Collins expertly draws the fictional Kanner Lake in a beckoning way—the way a good author tempts us […]

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30 Days of Summer Reads: Coral Moon

Brandilyn Collins delves into darker forces of evil in Coral Moon. Fictional Kanner Lake is populated with folks dabbling in the occult alongside praying people who sense the darkness emerging. Beautifully written in taut, suspenseful prose, Collins woos her readers to turn the page once again.

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