For seventeen long years, Celia Davenport worked faithfully to honor her inheritance. All who had played a part in the destruction of their family had faced judgment. All but one. One by one, Celia would destroy everyone Elizabeth cared for before allowing her the sweet release of death. Dana Mitchell fought her way off the streets of Memphis to build a life she could be proud of. As the Director of the Department of Family Services, she was in a unique position to help other young girls beat the odds. When a serial killer targets her girls and closes in on her daughter, Dana becomes the primary suspect of a vindictive detective. In order to stop the slaughter, she must uncover the terrible truth of her family’s past – and face the dead.
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Miranda Nading is a southern Nevada transplant from Wyoming. She lives and works in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area with her husband, Lance, and her Pomchi’s Boomer and Missy. When not writing, working, or spending time with her family, she can be found reading, scuba diving, exploring, or getting up to mischief. After a turbulent childhood, Miranda spent her young adulthood as a single mother in the military and law enforcement. She’s spent the last decade working in Administrative Management, exploring anything science related, and looking for her next big adventure. Though she started writing short stories in the third grade, she tackled her first novel-length manuscript, Witch Hunt in 1992. As a single mother, time was a precious commodity and though she had little to spare, she continued writing and completed her second manuscript, Exodus, in 1994. Echoes of Harmony followed in 1996 and would become her breakout novel in 2014. Her other works include Caliban and Canyon Echoes, also published in 2014. Published in 2015 were the first two books of the Extinction Series: Genesis and Flash Point. The next two books: Judas and Asylum are slated for release in 2016. As she continues working on Extinction, Miranda also has planned a short story that will be released in December of 2016 in an anthology whose proceeds will go to charity. It will later end up in a short story collection which will include her favorites. Also planned is Eldorado: A Cottonwood Cove Adventure. The genres Miranda prefers to write are also among her favorite reads: Thrillers, Science Fiction, and Horror, all with a suspenseful edge that leaves the reader riding the edge of their seat and turning the pages. The Extinction Series is her first exploration into Post-Apocalyptic suspense with a hard dystopian edge and more than a little science fiction. Though she has read some historical romance, she prefers romance to be the seasoning in the dish, not the main course. Her favorite writers include, but are in no way limited to: Agatha Christie, Edgar Allan Poe, Sir Author Conan Doyle, T.S. Eliot, Robert Frost, Robert Browning, Michael Crichton, Dean Koontz, and Stephen King. These are authors whose work she rereads once every year or two as, she says, it is like visiting an old friend.