B.L. Breininger’s Debut Novel is an Unforgettable Piece of Horror Fiction

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‘The Breeding Ground’ proves that new author might just be the next Stephen King.

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An explosive first novel that will leave readers breathless from beginning to end

B.L. Breininger debuts in the world of psychological horror with “The Breeding Ground.” This new novel, intricately plotted and brilliantly orchestrated, follows a young woman whose quest for truth unleashes demons from her past.

Janine seems to have everything going for her. Blond and beautiful, she has a successful career as an architect and a gorgeous boyfriend. Beneath her seemingly picture-perfect life, however, her world is coming apart. Desperate for some time off, she decides to return to her childhood vacation home, a place in the woods where no one in her family has visited in years. This is when the real story begins.

Upon her arrival, Janine is instantly plunged into a world of terror and danger. She finds that the woods surrounding her family cabin is inhabited by deadly beasts. As she fights to survive their attacks, her long-repressed memories come flooding back and the very real danger that she senses around her is only rivaled by the darkness that seems to be emanating from within her.

Suffused with supernatural menace and an immediate air of danger, “The Breeding Ground” is an explosive first novel that will leave readers breathless from beginning to end. Breininger just might be the heir apparent to Stephen King.

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About the Author
B.L. Breininger was born in Lansing, Michigan. She has traveled the continent as a professional musician from Prince Edward Island to Cordova, Alaska, to Fort Myers Beach, Florida. Breininger has served in the U.S. Marine Corps during the Vietnam Era.

The Breeding Ground * by B.L. Breininger
Publication Date: April 30, 2014
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 166 pages; 9781499011050
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 166 pages; 9781499011043
e-book; $3.99; 9781499011036

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