Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Novel recounts horror in Maryland town

 The story of a town's dark secret and young boy's fear

The little town of Upper Marlboro, Md. in 1951 was a place of politely drawn racial lines.
A state senator, the toast of his constituents and a part-time champion of Negro youth, as the world called African Americans in those years, does the unthinkable when he lynches black children in his cellar.
Twenty years later, in 1971, a young boy moves into the dilapidated farm house that was once the senator's home. Billy Sanders sees the ghosts and living dead in the dark corners of the property and must unearth the truth to free himself from fear and the dead from their unfinished lives.
"Just Us: Horror in a Small Maryland Town", written by John L. Guerra, is now available on Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and other sites.
Published by New Atlantian Library and Absolutely Amazing E-Books, it is a scary read that takes the reader on a journey of fear, violence, and the reclamation of honor and love.
Click here for the link: http://amzn.to/1A7Rrb6
The paperback version is now available on those sites, too; publish on demand gives readers a choice between paperback or ebook.

1 comment:

  1. Once again you've offered us an engaging read! Hope to see more novels in your future!