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Dorothy's Prophecy: The Surprise Apocalyptic Finale Novella to the Nightengale Legacy of Sin and Betrayal

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"Stunning new talent!..". Andrew Neiderman, author of The Devil's Advocate BOOK SEVEN OF THE NIGHTENGALE LEGACY OF SIN AND BETRAYAL (THE SURPRISE APOCALYPTIC FINALE NOVELLA)

Thirty long years ago, in Valerie's Legacy, Daryl Nightengale defeated his crazy twin sister, Dorothy Nightengale, for the coveted Nightengale fortune. The fortune that, decades ago, had been started by
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Paperback, 98 pages
Published August 22nd 2010 by Createspace (first published July 16th 2010)
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M Strawberry
Nov 14, 2012 M Strawberry rated it did not like it
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The last six books centered on incest, secrets, betrayal, and very screwed-up relations. All of it written very badly.

This book is different, taking on an almost science-fiction note. The narrator in this book is Dorothy - I'm glad to hear a voice that is not Valerie's (by now, she has been dead for a while) and I must admit, I do like her better than Valerie. But that's not saying too much, since even if you do feel sorry for some characters in the start (like I did for Valerie) they turn into
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