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The old antique vanity and mirror was handed down from generation to generation, from mother to daughter, along with the legacy of its madness; the heavy burden carried by all the Burton women, the haunting image within the glass, the reflection of innocence lost when the mind fractures beneath the weight of HER judgment… We see what we want to see in the mirror but when t ...more
Paperback, first, 130 pages
Published January 10th 2012 by Lulu
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M. Teresa Clayton
Jan 31, 2012 rated it it was amazing
.. M Teresa Clayton's latest venture is the macabre story of JUDITH. Upon its debut it has steadily risen to #10 in Lulu's top 100 of Horror genre books (1-25-12) and has captured the interest of respected Horror/Fantasy/Flash Fiction authors

She is the author of STORYTELLER and MYSTIC VERSES, but her latest work JUDITH is by far the most impressive!

A novella that quickly catches your attention & carries you into the depths of your own reflection within that looking-glass. She is macabre, ha
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