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Lost Graves by Franklin L. King

Lost Graves
by Franklin L. King

$16.95 paperback, $2.05 Kindle
2014, 176 pages, 6 x 9

Cover painting and interior photographs
by Franklin L. King.

ISBN-13: 978-0615954639
ISBN-10: 0615954634

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A Southern Gothic novel of terror based upon events that occurred within a historic country home.

“While I am a believer in good and evil, my religious convictions prevent me from interpreting the events that transpired in the house that was moved from Dahlonega Street to Mt. Ebal. It is important for these facts to remain isolated from my own beliefs. What happened or why it did is left to the reader's interpretation. I have found from my own experience that a person should not look too deeply into dark rooms or stare at antique mirrors. My hand writes this story as one whose fingers are placed upon a Ouija board. I know not what direction or answers it will provide.”


Praise for Lost Graves

Lost Graves was a very exciting book to read. You never knew what was going to happen in the twists and turns of the narrative. I could visualize the scenes, as if I was watching a movie -- I could even hear mysterious music as I read it. This should definitely be made into a movie. I think it would become a classic horror film.”
                                             —J.G. Nelson (Amazon.com)



Franklin Lafayette King, Jr. was born in the Panhandle of Texas and spent much of his youth on the Blackland Prairie. He received a commission through the University of Texas in Austin and soon became involved in the Vietnam Conflict. After additional academic preparation, he moved to the foothills of the Appalachians. In addition to combat, he experienced both the eyes of a hurricane and a F-4 tornado, events that were to influence much of his later work. Mr. King is a frequent visitor to Europe from which much of the inspiration for this book was derived. He is the author of Hauntings of a Summer Moon, Sunflowers and Zinnias, The Poet Who Writes Upon Water, In the Shadow of Leaves and The Woman in the Window—all published by Texture Press.

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