#NewRelease: Darkridge Hall, by @MichaelKRose

Announcing Darkridge Hall, a new young adult novel from Michael K. Rose, author of Sullivan’s War and Chrysopteron!

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In his first major departure from the science fiction genre, Rose takes you to a boarding school dormitory in rural New England.

An evil lurks in the depths of Darkridge Hall, and Andy, a new student at Kransten Academy, is about to meet it face to face.

When threatening, shadowy figures appear outside his dorm room window, Andy decides to solve the mystery of just who or what they are. But those same shadows may be responsible for the strange deaths that have been occurring in the town of Bethlehem, Maine over the past several decades.

As Andy, his teacher Mark Harris and police chief Charles Buck struggle to put the pieces together, they soon realize that the answer may come too late for them to stop the malevolent power behind it all.

You won’t want to miss this thrilling paranormal adventure!

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About the Author:

Michael K. Rose works primarily in the science fiction genre but has written horror, fantasy and paranormal fiction as well.

His first major work, SULLIVAN’S WAR, has been called “… a sci-fi thriller that definitely delivers!” His second novel, CHRYSOPTERON, has been hailed as a “… gem of a novel…” and “a masterpiece.”

Michael graduated from Maine’s Gould Academy in 1997 and went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology from Arizona State University. He enjoys chess, tabletop gaming and classical music. He currently resides in the Phoenix area.

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