(PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Alec Dearbourne is a 21-year-old college student, still living at home with his father and soon to be graduating from the local university. He begins to experience vividly violent dreams; hallucinations frequently overtake his consciousness and seem to transport him to another plane of reality. As community tragedies begin to parallel his dreams, Alec and his beautiful fiancée, Summer Chavez, embark on an investigative odyssey that will turn his world upside down and cause him to question the only relative he has ever really known -- his oddly devoted and obsessive father. You can read an excerpt from this novel at Nightingale's website, http://www.msnightingale.com.
M. S. Nightingale often combines social issues with her suspense short stories and novels, and has long pondered the possibility of ghosts, angels, aliens and various other spine-tingling notions. She also manages to incorporate incredibly decadent cuisine into her storylines. Her characters are prone to indulge and yet never seem to gain an ounce. But this is fiction, and in fiction we should indulge in what we cannot, or should not, enjoy in real life. Her good friend, Prudence Magee, helps further develop these succulent menus and provides these recipes for Nightingale's readers at the conclusion of select novels; "Phantom Memories" is one of those novels.
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