Ghosts don’t always hang out in a cemetery. Some of them are very much alive – and exceedingly deadly. Haunted by her past, and a lost love, Leigh Maxwell is caught up in a chilling battle to save her sanity and her life. To survive, she must confront secrets she had kept hidden from herself – and a killer determined to see Leigh Maxwell dead. The Haunting of Leigh Maxwell is a tale well-calculated to keep the reader in suspense to the end. Don’t read it if you’re home alone.
“Suspense, mystery and a surprise ending…”
Five Star Review on Amazon By FrankeyGriffin
This book is impossible to ignore, I read it in one day/night and still find myself rereading it over and over. there is so much depth and wisdom to be plumbed, that you will find yourself pondering the many ‘hidden’, dual mesning/messages for many weeks.
Esther Luttrell is a gifted writer and story teller. Thoroughly well written, delightful to read and very entertaining. I have already re-read this 3 times and have enjoyed it each time. You will not be disappointed reading this book.
About the Author
I became a writer because I have no skills. There was nothing left to do but pick up a pencil and start writing. If I had a claim to fame – which I don’t – it would be that I’ve never had a rejection slip from a publisher. Eleven published books so far. It was a fluke I landed a job at CBS and a bigger one that I was with MGM for some of the best years of my life, after writing radio and television commercials, and educational films, in the Midwest. My last screenplay was for the feature film “Te Ata” (2014). I doubt I will write more for the motion picture industry; I’m having too much fun turning out books – mysteries, poetry, non-fiction and children’s books – and doing public speaking. Through my publishing entity, Saratoga Classics, I pay new mystery writers a small sum and include their work in the ebook series Cheap Detective Stories. I’m living back in the Midwest now, with way too many cats.