The Girl Who Lived: Megan's Story
Paul Dale Anderson (Author)
DescriptionMegan Williams returns to Twin Rivers after five years in a mental hospital to take final revenge on the men who raped and mutilated her. But the tiny Illinois town has grown into a bustling Chicago suburb near the end of the Metra line, and Megan isn't the only serial killer now leaving dead bodies littering the streets. Can Megan keep her sister safe and still exact her revenge? Or will Megan's actions make Susan, Tim, and Elsie targets? The Girl Who Lived, the sequel to Spilled Milk, is a fast-paced psychological thriller unlike anything you've read before. Not for the faint-hearted or squeamish, this is the story of what happens when a girl who was brutalized and left for dead gets a second chance at life.
January 05, 2017
6.0 X 0.69 X 9.0 inches | 1.0 pounds
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About the Author
Paul Dale Anderson has written dozens of novels and hundreds of short stories, mostly in the thriller, mystery, horror, fantasy, and science fiction genres. Paul has also written contemporary romanc-es and westerns. Paul is an Active Member of SFWA and HWA, and he was elected Vice President and Trustee of Horror Writers Association in 1987. He is a current member of International Thrill-er Writers, Author's Guild, and MWA. Paul has taught creative writing at the University of Illinois at Chi-cago and for Writers Digest School. He has appeared on panels at Chicon4 and Chicon7, MidAmeriCon2, X-Con, Windy Con, Mad-con, Odyssey Con, Minncon, Stokercon, Thrillerfest, the World Horror Convention, and the World Fantasy Convention. Paul was a guest of honor at Horror Fest in Estes Park, Colorado, in 1989. Paul is also an NGH Certified Hypnotist, an NGH Certified Hyp-notism Instructor, a certified Past-Life Regression Therapist, and a certified professional member of the International Association for Regression Research and Therapies. He earned a BA in English from Loyola University, an MS Ed in Educational Psychology from Northern Illinois University and an MA in Library and In-formation Studies from the University of Wisconsin.