Third novel in Overhome Trilogy releases on October 14 - Nobody Knows, by Susan Coryell
Why do ancient spirits hover at the crossroads between two worlds: the living and the dead?
With a successful writing career and blissful marriage, Ashby Overton is fulfilled and content at historic Overhome Estate in Southern Virginia'until a stranger walks into her life. The arrival of Professor Ellis O. Grady coincides with a violent and bizarre turbulence emanating from the dark world of Overhome's ancient spirits.
As paranormal events build into chaos, Ashby must use her sixth sense to sort out the real from the imagined in both the visible and the invisible worlds as, stirred into fury, the souls of Civil War slaves engage in a dangerous battle destined to reveal long-held secrets of the past.
What is the connection between the enigmatic professor, a slave-built chapel and a restored overseer's cottage on Overhome Estate? Ashby struggles to find the answers before the spirits destroy her family's heritage, and the lives of those she loves.
Beneath the Stones
Ashby Overton has everything to look forward to, including a promising writing career and her wedding at summer’s end. But, Overhome, her beloved historic family estate in Southern Virginia, is in financial peril and it is up to Ashby to find a solution.
Mystery, suspense and romance flourish against a backdrop of Civil War turmoil and ancestral strife--where immortality infiltrates the ancient air breathed by all who inhabit Overhome Estate.
A Red, Red Rose
A whole summer to absorb two hundred years of Overton ancestry. Their lives, loves and secrets. Especially their secrets.
A Red, Red Rose is a "cozy mystery" set in rural Southwest Virginia at Moore Mountain Lake. A Southern gothic, the novel involves an old mansion, quirky characters, and an unpredictable ancestral ghost.
There always seems to be a bully and a kid who gets picked on. But it doesn't always have to stay that way.
Eaglebait addresses bullying, a problem which unfortunately still plagues our young people. I invite you read more about this relevant book.
A Message from Susan
"Writers have to write." This is what I always say to youngsters I meet at writers conferences and workshops.
Writers know who we are and we know it at an early age. We have a gift others recognize and often envy. Good writers are not so much made as born.
Appearances, News, and Reviews
- Friday, October 28, at 2:30
Rocky Mount Main Library
- Tuesday, November 1, at 4:00
- Thursday, November 10, at 4:00
Moneta/Smith Mountain Lake Library
- Tuesday, November 15, at 4:45
Please visit my Appearances, News, and Reviews page for the latest information on book signings, discussion sessions, and reviews of my book, Eaglebait.
The Bully Book, a Collection of True Bully Stories and Poems by Alisha Paige has been just been published and is available at Amazon. Susan Coryell's work is included in this collection. Check it out now!