How Well Do You Know Your Family?
THATCHER, ARIZONA--You have just received word that your husband, who you have been separated from for three years, is about to ask you for a divorce. After an extensive soul searching, you pride yourself in your ability to go back to him and grant him what he asks without question.
In The Haunting of Wolfe Haven, author Debbie A. Heaton shatters this idyllic scenario. In a matter of moments, you find old enemies, new foes, a bloody corpse, and things that go bump in the night. You hear stories of a family ghost that haunts the ancestral home--stories that invade your thoughts every time you are alone at night. Then you begin to see things you can't explain.
As you begin to doubt your sanity, the mysterious nightmare that has haunted you slowly reveals itself to you. You struggle to understand and fight the real threat that you know will leave you dead. Meanwhile, the people around you insist that you have been behaving irrationally.
The Haunting of Wolfe Haven leads you into a convoluted family home to experience a haunting you will never forget. You will discover fear of an unknown enemy waiting for the right moment to attack you. You will find yourself awaiting the next terror that will reveal itself to you--wondering if your body or mind can take it.
Debbie A. Heaton fulfills a long-time dream of playing sandman by bringing us the vivid nightmare that is The Haunting of Wolfe Haven. As a writer, she aims to weave images in our heads that could consume us even in sleep.
Aside from her undeniable passion for writing, Debbie A. Heaton takes her inspiration from her rich trove of experiences. With twenty-six years in Social Services, Heaton has worked with people in varying psychological conditions or mental states. The Haunting of Wolfe Haven is enriched by her work as a therapist who has worked with substance abuse, the seriously mentally ill, and domestic violence who also specializes in behavioral modification in her local community.
To date, The Haunting of Wolfe Haven has earned the following recognitions: A Bronze Medal in Romance in Foreword Review's Book of the Year Award 2010; an honorable mention at the 2011 San Francisco Book Festival in the wild card category; an honorable mention at the 2011 Halloween Book Festival in the wild card category; and it was a three time finalist in the 2011 International Book Award in Mystery/Suspense, Romance, and General Fiction. Award winner in the Romance category of The USA "Best Books 2011" Awards, sponsored by USA Book News.
The Haunting of Wolfe Haven, ISBN 978-1-4502-3806-9, by Debbie A. Heaton can be purchased through iUniverse, 18002884677; debbieaheaton.com; Barnes and Noble; Amazon.com; or ordered through any bookstore.