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Fear No Evil
The Diary of Julie Hammond

Overview


Recently married and transferred to England Mark, his wife Julie and son Andrew lease a Victorian manor house, but it doesn't take long for Julie to discover they aren't alone and must battle the forces of evil to protect her family from the supernatural powers that want to destroy them.

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Description


Julie's life has never been easy, but when she meets and marries Air Force Captain Mark Hammond she believes her life has become a dream. Transferred to a base just outside Ipswich in England Mark, anxious for Julie, and their adopted son Andrew to join him leases a rambling but somewhat rundown Victorian Manor house called Thornwood. Built in 1860 Thornwood is not what it seems and almost at once Julie discovered the dream has turned into a nightmare. The Stanley's, Edmund, Endora and their son Nathan who built Thornwood are still in residence and have been waiting for Julie's arrival for almost a hundred years. Pretending to seek redemption for her past sins, sins that sent Endora to hell for eternity, she's actually seeking revenge and now that Julie has arrived she intends to get it. In this absorbing paranormal page-turner, Julie's life begins to spiral out of control as she starts to question everything—even her own sanity.
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About the author


The minute you meet Naomi Stan you begin to understand why everyone loves her. She is one of the funniest people you'll ever meet, but don't expect to see her humorous side while reading Fear No Evil the Diary of Julie Hammond. Fear No Evil, is a dark tale of the supernatural, mingled in with the everyday life of a young military wife and mother. Fear No Evil is a book about undying love, deceit, revenge, loss and forgiveness. It's a story that travels between the present and the late Victorian era, where both the good and sinister battle for control. The wife of a retired Air Force Office and mother of one son, Naomi and her family have finally settled down in upstate N.Y. Never one to let the grass grow under her feet, Naomi has lived a varied and sometimes scary existence. When living in Las Vegas she was lead singer in a rock and roll band. Twice while traveling to join her husband she managed to fly on two different 747's that nearly crashed. One caught fire, the other lost two engines over the Atlantic. For several years she raised Siberian Huskies and showed several to their championships both in Canada and the U.S. For the last few years she has taught courses on being a Victorian Woman and Living in a Victorian home. At present she dabbles in oil painting, and loves reading books about things that go bump in the night. Perhaps that's why she wrote Fear No Evil. Or maybe it's because she lived in the house where the story took place.
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Book details

Genre:FICTION

Subgenre:Ghost

Language:English

Pages:292

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098313807

Paperback ISBN:9781098313791


Overview


Recently married and transferred to England Mark, his wife Julie and son Andrew lease a Victorian manor house, but it doesn't take long for Julie to discover they aren't alone and must battle the forces of evil to protect her family from the supernatural powers that want to destroy them.

Read more

Description


Julie's life has never been easy, but when she meets and marries Air Force Captain Mark Hammond she believes her life has become a dream. Transferred to a base just outside Ipswich in England Mark, anxious for Julie, and their adopted son Andrew to join him leases a rambling but somewhat rundown Victorian Manor house called Thornwood. Built in 1860 Thornwood is not what it seems and almost at once Julie discovered the dream has turned into a nightmare. The Stanley's, Edmund, Endora and their son Nathan who built Thornwood are still in residence and have been waiting for Julie's arrival for almost a hundred years. Pretending to seek redemption for her past sins, sins that sent Endora to hell for eternity, she's actually seeking revenge and now that Julie has arrived she intends to get it. In this absorbing paranormal page-turner, Julie's life begins to spiral out of control as she starts to question everything—even her own sanity.

Read more

About the author


The minute you meet Naomi Stan you begin to understand why everyone loves her. She is one of the funniest people you'll ever meet, but don't expect to see her humorous side while reading Fear No Evil the Diary of Julie Hammond. Fear No Evil, is a dark tale of the supernatural, mingled in with the everyday life of a young military wife and mother. Fear No Evil is a book about undying love, deceit, revenge, loss and forgiveness. It's a story that travels between the present and the late Victorian era, where both the good and sinister battle for control. The wife of a retired Air Force Office and mother of one son, Naomi and her family have finally settled down in upstate N.Y. Never one to let the grass grow under her feet, Naomi has lived a varied and sometimes scary existence. When living in Las Vegas she was lead singer in a rock and roll band. Twice while traveling to join her husband she managed to fly on two different 747's that nearly crashed. One caught fire, the other lost two engines over the Atlantic. For several years she raised Siberian Huskies and showed several to their championships both in Canada and the U.S. For the last few years she has taught courses on being a Victorian Woman and Living in a Victorian home. At present she dabbles in oil painting, and loves reading books about things that go bump in the night. Perhaps that's why she wrote Fear No Evil. Or maybe it's because she lived in the house where the story took place.
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