Author Stephen Card Offers a Swashbuckling Literary Journey in New Fiction

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‘Emily's Lost And Found’ follows Billy Trexler who is compelled by a spell to find his missing sister

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The world is coming down on Emily. The things which have been buried are now surfacing – and those which have been lost are being found. Billy and Delia Trexler have agreed to return to Leona Street to house-sit as a favor for Ricky Pettibone – a war hero who has died too many times to count. The favor quickly becomes an errand, the pursuit of which leads to the secret contents of The Pinch, as well as an even greater and more troubling suspicion: that things really are just as they seem – especially in the spaces between the spaces.

Emily's Lost And Found” by Stephen Card is the final book in the Leona Street trilogy. It will answer many questions readers may have concerning the previous books. It combines horror and humor, psychology and spirituality, destiny and adventure, to create a twisted but exhilarating literary journey.

Billy Trexler is compelled by the spell of his childhood neighbor to pursue his unknown destiny – to find his sister, Dixie Dean. Dixie has a special talent that will be used in the salvation of Billy’s wife, Delia. Will the two siblings have their long desired reunion? Find out what happens next as this thrilling volume uncovers its ending.

A perfect combination of humor and horror, “Emily's Lost And Found” is a cleverly-written literary work that uses vivid images to draw readers into the story. This book creates the suspicion that the Universe is not only alive but conscious and intentional. There has been an increasing interest in this theme, and with it, the question: Are there other universes within this one?

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About the Author
Stephen Card was born and raised in Maryland, the fifth of nine children. He grew up telling bedtime stories of a disturbing nature and half a lifetime later, still chronicles the twisted logic of the human mind.. Card lives on a boat in Annapolis, Md., with his miniature schnauzer, Maddie.

Card can be reached at card46(at)hotmail(dot)com.

Emily's Lost And Found* by Stephen Card
Publication Date: September 17, 2013
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 324 pages; 978-1-4836-9540-2
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 324 pages; 978-1-4836-9541-9
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4836-9542-6

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