Book Three, BloodfathereBook - 2015
The boy's ghost showed them where he died, then led them to the creature that had killed him - a creature still burning with rage and desire. Disgraced by his involvement in the tragic death of four women ten years before, psychic Andrew Fletcher hid from the public eye until Rosemary Sharpe and the Othernaturals team convinced him to join their ghost-hunting web show. Now Andrew has the chance to redeem himself by solving a decades-old mystery in the small town to Clancy, Missouri. A child went missing, the case unsolved for over thirty years, until Andrew discovers that the boy's ghost was merely waiting for someone who could hear him speak. Andrew must keep one brutal truth from the boy's mother, but in doing so, his reputation as a psychic might be saved. Jon's ubiquitous ghost has silently watched over the small town and his tormented mother since his death. To show the team his gratitude for their help, Jon leads them to the site of a bizarre haunting, a church possessed by a bloodfather ghost, the terrible remnants of the man responsible for Jon's death. This is no ordinary haunting, the bloodfather no harmless spirit but a powerful force built from a lifetime of bloody, secret rites. When the team ventures inside the church, Stefan McCandless's best friend, his resident ghost Brentley, is abducted into the bloodfather's oblivion, the bloodfather making one demand for Brentley's return: Bring me Ashley James. Now, with Brentley's safety, Stefan's peace of mind and Andrew's reputation at stake, the Othernaturals are working against time, against the belief-driven power of sympathetic magic, against a soul that long ago descended into madness that reached beyond death. Bloodfather is the third book of the Othernaturals series, the paranormal investigations of the psychically gifted Othernaturals team. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Christina Harlin, 2015.
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Alternative Title: Bloodfather
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