A voice. A medium. A haunted Scottish castle in Missouri?! Wylie was this close to being “America’s Brand New Voice.” When his manager broke the law and fled the country with Wylie’s girlfriend, his one chance at success spiraled down the drain. Nowadays, managing a music store pays the bills while Wylie plays the clubs in Branson, Missouri and tries to provide for himself and his dog, Toby. A new friendship, however, could change everything…Holly can see ghosts. Ever since her family moved into a Scottish castle, she’s been able to communicate with the dead. When a flood kills local tourism and forces Holly and her uncle to sell the castle, she follows the castle’s ghostly inhabitants… all the way to Branson. After Holly shares her “gift” with Wylie, the magic girl and the musician must team up to save the castle from a group of Branson ghosts out for much more than blood.Wylie Westerhouse: Ghosts on Tour is the first book in a series of supernatural new adult novels. If you like dark ghost tales with more than a touch of humor and the Sookie Stackhouse books, then you’ll love Nathan Roden’s mysterious and entertaining campfire tale. Buy Wylie Westerhouse to unlock the secrets of Castle McIntyre today!
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Nathan Roden is the author of the Wylie Westerhouse Paranormal/Urban Fantasy Series. The first three books are available now: Ghosts on Tour, The Dark Stage, and The Lightning’s Kiss.The new I, Dragon Fantasy Series kicks off with My Name is Simon.Nathan’s blog is found at www.nathanroden.com. Short stories from the World of Wylie Westerhouse are free to newsletter subscribers. Nathan would love to hear from you.Nathan lives in South Central Texas with his wife and two in-and-out sons, where he works a day job that he doesn’t like to talk about. Nathan is both mature and immature, and sarcastic, and sometimes finds humor in strange places. Like many of his fellow authors, Nathan enjoys talking about himself in third-person. The Roden family includes more dogs and cats than is necessary—including Toby the Westie.