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Virginia Creeper

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She escaped the Virginia Creeper, but her freedom comes with a price. When she recuperates from the tortures of the cabin, she learns she isn't alone. Something followed her. Something will not let her forget or flee the past. Cabin Fever, he called it. It was a game, a charade, something to entertain the virtual masses at a fatal price to participants. She believed the Cr...more
Paperback, 300 pages
Published June 15th 2007 by Penknife Press
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Nov 08, 2007 Love2read rated it 5 of 5 stars
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This was an amazing book! I couldn't put it down.

The general story kept me guessing what was really going on in that little town.

The novel begins with the heroine trapped in a remote cabin, however, she finds a way of saving herself and escapes the inevitable. She leaves her captor maimed and returns to life.

However, her initial assumptions were completely wrong. He wasn't working alone, the people watching them online knew it wasn't fictional, and she must deal with the master of the game who...more
I enjoyed the overall story line of this very well-written psychological thriller. The paranormal facets nicely tie both the plot and the characters together throughout. Just when you think you've figured it all out, a new twist will spiral you into another ghostly world of the paranormal. An interesting and unpredictable read for those who appreciate an intense personal experience into the questionable realm of horror, which skirts the boundaries of unfathomable mind games. Virginia Creeper wil...more
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Wright has been prolifically writing since 1988. She has had many short works published and has held various positions with newspapers, magazines and ezines. Her traditionally published works include:

"While I'm Dying" (2001)
"Timeslips & Terrors" (2005)
"Virginia Creeper" (2007)

She is currently operating as an Independent author and has numerous publications, her latest thriller, The Moon Sees M...more
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