A young widow…
Cindy is reeling from the loss of her husband, suddenly a single mother of two children and the sole caretaker for her aging aunt. She finds the perfect house to start anew.
A house with a past…
A rundown house in the Silicon Valley suburbs needs a lot of work, but Cindy is willing to take it on to get her dream house. Disclosure documents indicate that someone had died in the house, but they don’t tell the whole story of the house’s evil past.
A call for help from beyond the grave…
Cindy’s dreams are invaded by a woman who shows Cindy the horrible murders that had taken place in the house. Her message to Cindy: Your family is next. When repairs on the house uncover the missing murder weapon, Cindy begins to believe that the strange woman is something more than just a dream. Using her journalism skills to research the property, the dark past of the house is revealed: a series of murders starting when the house was built more than 40 years earlier. But her meddling into the history awakens a killer’s need to keep the past quiet, and Cindy is thrust into a struggle to find the killer before she and her family become the next victims.
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About the Author
Eileen Magill knew she wanted to be a writer since she was a child, but because she liked having a roof over her head, she worked as a civil servant instead. She struggled to make an enjoyable life for herself and her only son Tom. As a hockey mom, she spent early mornings and late nights freezing in the ice rink, all the time wishing her job was as an author. So she wrote news stories about the hockey games for the local paper.
Years later, while writing HOUSE OF HOMICIDE, Eileen was still working full time, and instead of sleeping, she earned two BS degrees at the same time in less than two years. Eileen is someone who sets a goal and doesn’t stop until she achieves it. If anyone stands in her way, they should expect to be a murder victim in an upcoming novel, as evidenced by the high death count in HOUSE OF HOMICIDE.
You can learn more about Eileen and her writing at http://www.eileenmagill.com or pick up a copy of Impressions LPC Anthology 2015 for her first published poem called “Do You Remember Me? A Father with Alzheimer’s.”