Dark 3: Special Edition: Available For Pre-Order: To Be Published Sept 15:

Bianca mourns for her old friend Doc who helped her overcome her fear of the dark after being the only witness to a brutal murder on St. Simons Island. He was driven out of town two years ago when the locals concluded that he must be the killer. She last saw him parachuting from a plane escaping from the law, a fall he couldn’t have survived. She’s moved to California with her employers, the Shipleys, and taken on a permanent babysitting position with Little Katie. Suddenly there’s a kidnapping attempt on the rich little heiress that Bianca is employed to protect. To the rescue comes a tall, dark young man who reminds her of somebody she’s lost. But it just couldn’t be . . . After all, he’s dead. And after all . . . he’s supposed to be the bad guy.

Dark 3: Special Edition concludes the Dark Series for young adults, first published by Scholastic UK. It also ties into and concludes the Edward Ware Thriller Series of historical novels about World War 1 and World War 2 with the biggest surprise ending of all time. The novel will be published by Cheops Books LLC on September 15.

Teens rarely need an excuse to stay up late, but The Dark by Dora Benley would give pause for thought to even the most steely nerved youngster. A genuinely gripping horror story. Approach with caution.
The Sunday Independent Dublin, Ireland

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Dark 3: Special Edition Coming September 15 With New Audio:
The young adult thriller Dark 3: Special Edition will be published on September 15 to much fanfare as it is the last volume in the Edward Ware Thrillers at War Series that tells you how it all ends. As a very special treat we will be presenting a new book trailer with a brand new audio recording, new visuals, and everything else you can possibly imagine.
Bianca mourns for her old friend Doc who helped her overcome her fear of the dark after being the only witness to a brutal murder on St. Simons Island. He was driven out of town two years ago when the locals concluded that he must be the killer. She last saw him parachuting from a plane escaping from the law, a fall he couldn’t have survived. She’s moved to California with her employers, the Shipleys, and taken on a permanent babysitting position with Little Katie. Suddenly there’s a kidnapping attempt on the rich little heiress that Bianca is employed to protect. To the rescue comes a tall, dark young man who reminds her of somebody she’s lost. But it just couldn’t be . . . After all, he’s dead. And after all . . . he’s supposed to be the bad guy.
Dark 3 concludes the Dark Series for young adults, first published by Scholastic UK. It also ties into and concludes the Edward Ware Thriller Series of historical novels about World War 1 and World War 2 with the biggest surprise ending of all time. The novel will be published by Cheops Books LLC on September 15.
Teens rarely need an excuse to stay up late, but The Dark by Dora Benley would give pause for thought to even the most steely nerved youngster. A genuinely gripping horror story. Approach with caution. The Sunday Independent Dublin, Ireland

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Dark 3: Special Edition by Dora Benley
Dark 3: Special Edition is to be published on September 15 on Amazon Kindle. This edition will include photos of significant places mentioned in the novel. Think of it as Bianca Winter’s trip diary as she flees from the bad guys.
Bianca mourns for her old friend Doc who helped her overcome her fear of the dark after being the only witness to a brutal murder on St. Simons Island. He was driven out of town two years ago when the locals concluded that he must be the killer. She last saw him parachuting from a plane escaping from the law, a fall he couldn’t have survived. She’s moved to California with her employers, the Shipleys, and taken on a permanent babysitting position with Little Katie. Suddenly there’s a kidnapping attempt on the rich little heiress that Bianca is employed to protect. To the rescue comes a tall, dark young man who reminds her of somebody she’s lost. But it just couldn’t be . . . After all, he’s dead. And after all . . . he’s supposed to be the bad guy.
Dark 3 concludes the Dark Series for young adults, first published by Scholastic UK. It also ties into and concludes the Edward Ware Thriller Series of historical novels about World War 1 and World War 2 with the biggest surprise ending of all time. The novel will be published by Cheops Books LLC on September 15.
Teens rarely need an excuse to stay up late, but The Dark by Dora Benley would give pause for thought to even the most steely nerved youngster. A genuinely gripping horror story. Approach with caution.
The Sunday Independent Dublin, Ireland

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Enter The Mary’s Gone Giveaway On Amazon:
Enter the new Amazon giveaway for a chance to win one of ten free copies of the new ebook young adult thriller Mary’s Gone and find out whatever happened to Mary, the richest girl on St. Simons Island. The giveaway is open from now until May 14. But hurry! An offer like this giveaway won’t be repeated this year. This novel is written by Dora Benley for Cheops Books, LLC and is part of the Edward Ware Thrillers YA series. Agree to follow Dora Benley on Amazon and you will receive notice of all her new releases.
Creepy St. Simons Island is the setting with the live oaks with drooping moss and big roots that jut up out of the ground and look three hundred years old. Mosquitoes the size of your fist buzz near your leg and vampire-like drive you back into your car. Alligators with yellow eyes spy you from the nearest swamp, and this is the land of swamps. You won’t be able to find your way around the black water with reeds growing out of it any time soon.
Judy has the creeps. Nothing like this brutal stabbing and strangling has ever happened on St. Simons, a peaceful island off the coast of southeast Georgia. She’s seen such things only on TV. But here it is, staring straight back at her from her iPad!
There’s been an attack on a teenage girl her own age at Dunbar Creek, near Ebo Landing in the swamps. It’s a site often visited by ghost tours because of its ghoulish history. Legend has it that a girl from plantation days often appears with a lantern in hand searching for her lost love.
Whether there’s a ghost or not, Judy has no idea. All she knows is that she’d better figure out what’s really going on. The voice that calls her on her cell phone, the one claiming to be the girl from long ago named Margaret the Wanderer, promises that Judy will be her very next victim.
Mary’s Gone is a young adult thriller published by Edward Ware Thrillers YA, an imprint of Cheops Books, LLC. Stories out of the past. It is one of several novels set on St Simons Island. If you enjoyed this book, you might also like Dark 3 also by Dora Benley.

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Cheops Books LLC is concluding its Point Horror Line Celebration with the freebie of the week, Double Dark. This is a young adult horror collection. You can read both Dark 1 and Dark 2 for free starting tomorrow and continuing through the weekend. Take time out from doing your Christmas shopping to enjoy a little scare and have a little suspenseful fun now and then. Find out more about the St. Simons Island heroine, Bianca Winters, and her dark hero/anti-hero, Doc. Who killed Mrs. Ingersoll? Get the latest word! Read Double Dark now.

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Starting tomorrow and for the next five days you will be able to download the first book in the Dark series, Are You Afraid Of The Dark?, on Amazon Kindle. This young adult thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. As the reviewer at the Dublin newspaper said it will make you too afraid to sleep. But hurry! This offer will not be repeated this year.
Bianca Winters is seventeen years old — but she’s still afraid of the dark. She has good reason. Two years ago Bianca was the only witness to a brutal murder that devastated her home-town, sleepy St. Simons Island. Bianca rescued the tiny child she was babysitting, and ran, and she feels like she’s been running ever since. Only Bianca can shed any light on the killing — and she can’t remember a thing about that night. Read what The Sunday Independent in Dublin has to say about this teen horror story turned romantic thriller: “Teens rarely need an excuse to stay up late, but The Dark by Linda Cargill would give pause for thought to even the most steely-nerved youngster. A genuinely griping horror story. Approach with caution.”

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