By Holly M. Campbell

Interior Book Formatting

  • Interior design: title page, half title page, other books by author page, chapter headings, page headings, letter & pamphlet design, back matter, embedded TOC in eBook.
  • Print: 5.5″ x 8.5″
  • eBook: PDF, ePub, .mobi


Project Details


Death is not finished with her…

With a little help from her death-seeing boyfriend, Lance Hampton, Hope Murdoch has already defeated fate once. Doing it again—and stopping a serial killer in the making—shouldn’t be too hard…except she hasn’t healed from her last brush with the psychopath, Lance is struggling with his personal demons, and she’s grounded. Tracking down a murderer is not easy when you’re basically under house arrest.

Yet, the seventeen-year-old mind reader isn’t about to let those trifling obstacles slow her down. So what if she has to lie to her parents and sneak out of the house to catch him? She is not the only one in danger.

Once again, Hope is faced with the burden of choosing between saving her own life and the victims starring in Lance’s visions. Getting past her parents’ house alarm is a walk in the dark compared with trying to get a murderer behind bars…or in the ground. With only a few clues to piece together, every path looks like a dead end—literally.

This time, the cost of changing her future may be too much to bear.

Holly M. Campbell started writing at a young age. She enjoyed sharing her stories with friends and family and by the time she started middle school, knew she wanted to be an author.

She studied Creative Writing and Modern Dance at Brigham Young University-Idaho. Along with attending class, doing homework, and studying, she stayed busy with rehearsals and performances for Contemporary Dance Theatre. In 2004, she toured Central America as part of the school’s Dance Alliance. The following year, she toured the Eastern United States. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2006.

About two years later, Holly met Chris Campbell, who taught her how to swing dance. After he lifted her high over his head with apparent ease, she fell head-over-heels (not literally). They married in May of 2008 and currently live in Washington State with their two little girls.