Calgary, Alberta (PRWEB) February 02, 2013
From the brilliant and highly-imaginative mind of author Bonnie Williamson comes a spellbinding novel that will entrance readers on the thin borderline that separates illusion and reality. Dawn’s Shadow is a tale that chronicles how one man struggles to escape from his long incarceration and attempts to forget his dark and terrifying past.
With a broken ankle and heavy panting, Jeffery Mitchell scoured the dark laneway to find a place to hide. He had been preparing for two years a perfect plan to escape the North Bay Hospital, a place for the insane criminals. Now that Jeff is out, he will scavenge all possible reasons why he was charged for the murder of his wife and three children. Jeffery heads westward, landing in the scenic and beautiful city of Calgary. Injured and requiring medical help, he risks aid at Mercy Hospital, only to have his world thrown into utter chaos by spotting someone whom he thought was already dead, young Dr. Meyers. Now, Jeffery will be tangled in a web of scandals and shocking revelations as he unravels the true mystery of his past leaving his future uncertain and open for a loss of his most valued treasure, his freedom.
Dawn’s Shadow is a skillfully written and highly imaginative novel that cuffs readers’ attention up to the last page. It has a powerful plot that is loaded with substance and filled with suspense that will surprise and entertain readers all at the same time.
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About the Author
Bonnie Williamson is the published author of the book of poetry “I’ve Felt, I’ve Dreamed” which went through a second edition and used in High Schools for English classes. She is also been published in three anthologies from The World of Poetry. Over the years individual poems have been published. Dawn’s Shadow is her first novel. She paints landscapes in oil. She was born and resides in the Canadian city of Calgary, Alberta.
Dawn's Shadow * by Bonnie Williamson
Publication Date: January 14, 2013
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