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Steven is anticipating a quiet sabbatical at a new home. Instead, knockings and grisly apparitions begin to haunt him, relentlessly tormenting him at night. With a recent divorce and a son in college, he is left alone to deal with the ghosts lurking in the shadows of his house.

Steven is determined to find a rational explanation. His father Roy offers to help, and soon Steven discovers Roy has dormant supernatural skills. Steven's natural skepticism clashes with Roy's "gift", but soon Steven finds himself assisting Roy as he battles the forces inside his home. Together they unearth something much more sinister and evil than either expected.

The Bank of the River is a fast-paced and thrilling horror novel that explores supernatural gifts, a father's rediscovery of those gifts, and a son's destiny to accept them.

©2013 Michael Richan (P)2016 Michael Richan

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Bank of the River

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Decent book. The scene in the cave of kind of creepy. I like the father/son team. The narrator's performance was good. I look forward to listening to other books in this series. I received this audiobook for free through Audiobook for my unbiased review.

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Great suspense!

Did the plot keep you on the edge of your seat? How?

I did not want to stop listening. On two separate occasions my wife found me in my truck in the driveway listening to this book.

What does Steven Cooper bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

Good solid read. Believable character separation and representation. Fit like an old pair of comfortable shoes.

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Michael Richan has scored big! good for connecting with a teen, young adult, or old adult. Nice job Michael!