Abyssal Sanctuary: Ashes of the Innocent

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One week has passed since the Bellisario family massacre and the staff of the Pandora Cafe try their best to move on from the fateful night they endured. Still, they need answers, and unfortunately for them, they are going to get some in the cruelest ways imaginable.

Christina Mayer searches for her missing brother and is sent to a town beneath Lakefield View, but what she finds there is more than she bargained for. Tiffany Hawkins finds herself at the mercy of a satanic cult that don't want to let her go until they get what they want from her. Justin Rutherford digs into his boyfriend's past when shocking revelations come to light, while he learns more about the sadistic spirit world that won't leave him alone. Eric Watson learns the hard way of his girlfriend's secret, realising that in order to be a good guy, he has to make some bad decisions; and Carmen Stevens deals with the fallout from the death of her brother, finding refuge at a hotel in a secluded part of town.

Every scandalous secret is exposed, answers lurk behind every tombstone, and new questions arise in Lakefield View as a race against the clock makes their deaths just a matter of time.

About the Author

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Young British author Gavin Hetherington self-published his debut novel in October 2013, the first in the Abyssal Sanctuary series. It went on to win awards at the 2014 Global eBook Awards and Readers’ Favorite Book Awards, while it continued to climb the Amazon charts, reaching #1 in several countries including the United States, United Kingdom, and more. As a current student at Newcastle University studying English Literature, Gavin also volunteers with Reach Out Volunteers, and travelled to Cambodia in the summer of 2015. Gavin’s second novel, the sequel to the first Abyssal Sanctuary novel, was self-published in October 2015.

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