Grace MacKenna’s ability to talk to the dead leads her on a quest to solve a local murder, but the demonic forces that haunt Crossings threaten to destroy everything and everyone she holds dear. Will Grace choose life in the real world over the love of a ghost?”Escaping from the Abyss is a powerful conclusion to this enthralling series.” ~ Lynn Huggins Blackburn, author of Covert Justice”D. L. Koontz’s trilogy is one page-turning supernatural mystery after another with each scene building to the dramatic conclusion in Escaping from the Abyss. Her masterful description of the West Virginia region along the banks of the Potomac river inspire a longing to wander the hills and enjoy the beautiful vistas she has described, and her compelling storytelling made me feel like an eyewitness to the action.” ~ Felicia Bridges, author of the International Mission Force series”D. L. Koontz has once again delivered an edge of your seat story. Escaping from the Abyss is a thrilling end to Grace McKenna’s story. It’s a little sad to let the story go, but what a great ride it has been through the Crossings Trilogy.” ~ Tamara D. Fickas, contributing author to God’s Provision in Tough Times.
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DL Koontz, M.A., grew up in Pennsylvania and now splits her time between mountains West Virginia and coastal plains Georgia, where she and her husband have a cattle ranch. She is a seasoned author of non-fiction books and an accomplished journalist, consultant, college instructor and more. Her debut novel, Crossing into the Mystic, has been hailed as “a difficult book to put down,” and touches everyone who has ever lost someone they love. She has one son and one step-daughter. “Since (Koontz) hit the ball out of the park on this one, some might say it’s going to be hard to follow up this accomplishment. But, just wait, she’s more than capable.”–Bedford Gazette “The full experience–romance, history, paranormal, drama, intrigue. Raw and haunting, this will be a movie one day. Mark our words.”–Times Journal News