The Ghost of
Description: For years, the witness protection program has kept Gary Foreman safe from the horrors he left behind. He’s got a new career and new friends, but they can never know his real name or where he comes from. But the program can’t protect him from the relentless dreams of a young woman in danger. It’s the same dream, night after night, and Gary is helpless, unable to stop the dream’s inevitable and horrifying conclusion. The woman seems strangely familiar…is she someone from his dark past? Is she even real? All he knows for certain is that she needs his help, or she will die.
Details: Fiction, published by Gypsy Publications, October 2012. Paperback: 292 pages, ISBN 978-1938768019, $14.99. Kindle version: ASIN B004JN0GBW. Other Links: Gypsy Publications, Barnes and Noble, Shelfari.
4.0 out of 5 on 661 reviews (as of 2/17/19)
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"Greg Enslen has created a masterfully interwoven tale of love, loss, greed and hope in The Ghost of Blackwood Lane. Based on the revenge a crime family seeks and the lengths a father goes to in order to protect his son, the story combines psychological, emotional and paranormal elements to bring the players together and resolve the plot. With lively action, realistic dialogue and a quaint view of life in middle-America, the story carries you along through many fascinating twists and turns to an amazing conclusion. Great story! All the pieces blended very well and created a riveting tale." (5/20/15, click here to read full review)
“Eight out of ten stars. The Ghost of Blackwood Lane is a story that will make you glad you bought it at such an outstanding price. A full length novel at a novella price along with character depth that is well worth the time it takes to get deep into the story. The book was very well researched, from tarot reading to forced memory loss. I'd recommend this to any suspense/ghost story enthusiasts." (9/1/13, click here to read full review)