The Bank of the River By Michael Richan

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“One of the most exciting new series!”

Steven is anticipating a quiet sabbatical at a new home. Recently divorced and with a son in college, he should have plenty of time to himself. Instead, he’s kept up at night by strange knockings – a series of four raps, a pause, and then another four. They arrive every night at the same time.

Steven is determined to find a rational explanation. When the knockings progress to strange apparitions, Steven believes he must have a brain tumor.

His father, Roy, recognizes the problems in Steven’s home because he’s seen them before. Roy has “the gift,” and can enter a place called The River, where he can see things others cannot. In The River, Roy discovers there are far more sinister forces at work in Steven’s home than just ghosts.

Steven shares Roy’s ability, but is skeptical of it. When the apparitions intensify and attack, Steven is forced to learn how to fight back if he wants to save himself and his father.

The Bank of the River is a fast-paced and suspenseful paranormal novel that confronts evil, ghosts, and the dead — and explores the supernatural gifts a father and son use to fight them.

The Bank of the River is the first book in The River series.

Praise for The River Series from Amazon readers:

“Truly scary.”

“Finally found a book that got under my nerves!”

“Couldn’t put it down…wanted the story to go on and on.”

“Very few authors can pull me in immediately and make me feel as though I were reading about old friends. Stephen King always has, and I can now add Michael Richan to the list.”

“Awesome ghost story with wonderful characters and a great plot!”

“Some of the most delightful reading I have done in a long time.”

“This was a great horror book. I absolutely loved it, and I know you will too! Keep the lights on when reading!”

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About Don Sloan

I am a former journalist with a major daily newspaper and now am a full-time Indie book reviewer. I love to write, read, drink good wine, and take short naps in front of my fireplace here in the North Carolina mountains.
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