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The Soul Stealer

Fearing the unknown can be scary. Facing the unknown can be deadly.

Author:
Jon Merz

Cover Artist:
Tim Bradstreet

First Edition

Release Date:
May, 2008

Cover Price:
$6.99

ISBN-10:
0-373-62130-2

ISBN-13:
978-0-373-62130-9


Kindle

Release Date:
May, 2008

Cover Price:
$5.99


Graphic Audio MP3 CD

Release Date:
November, 2008

Cover Price:
$19.99

ISBN-13:
978-1-599-50505-3


Graphic Audio MP3 Download

Release Date:
November, 2008

Cover Price:
$12.99


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Teaser:

Annja Creed jumps at the chance to join a fellow archaeologist on a quest to find a relic. But she's not so thrilled about northern Siberia, where they are hoping to discover something buried in the long-undisturbed soil of Russia's frozen terrain. When they reach the town of Jakutsk, Annja is put off by its gray landscape and highly superstitious inhabitants. They claim they are being hunted. Then one of the villagers goes missing.

The locals blame Khosadam, a ghost of a fallen goddess said to ingest the souls of the departed. But there are no fresh graves. She is now haunting the living. When Annja seeks to destroy the apparition, she discovers an even more horrifying truth -- and may have hit a dead end.

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Their utlimate fear came true. And then things got worse.

Annja Creed jumps at the chance to join a fellow archaeologist on a quest to find a relic. But she's not so thrilled about northern Siberia, where they are hoping to discover something buried in the long-undisturbed soil of Russia's frozen terrain. When they reach the town of Jakutsk, Annja is put off by its gray landscape and highly superstitious inhabitants. They claim they are being hunted. Then one of the villagers goes missing.

The locals blame Khosadam, a ghost of a fallen goddess said to ingest the souls of the departed. But there are no fresh graves. She is now haunting the living. When Annja seeks to destroy the apparition, she discovers an even more horrifying truth -- and may have hit a dead end.