“I think you’re a little confused.” End of the Road Only 99¢ #endoftheroad #8sunday #snippetsunday

Setup for this snippet: Lars has a theory why he's remained earthbound... (This is in Cecilia's POV.) Wasn't sure what the language rating is so it has been edited. Even though I'm sure you can fill in the blanks. lol


"I have a theory," he voiced as if he was glad she finally asked.

"And?" she encouraged him to say more.

"I need to know who murdered me."

Her eyebrows arched in surprise. "Your death was deemed an unfortunate accident."

"F--- that." He threw up his hands in frustration. "I was murdered." His voice clearly indicated he felt his claim was the truth and he wouldn't debate it a moment longer, but still she had to try.

"I think you're a little confused." **********************************************************************************************************************

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Lars Gunner, the frontman for Silent Plaids, died 23 years ago and his death was ruled an unfortunate accident. Despite the fact he can't recall what happened to him in his last moments of life, he is convinced he was murdered. He has been trapped in limbo until his daughter, Cecilia, unearths his journal and is able to see him. She seeks help from Kaleb, a psychic, but as they resurrect the past, the secrets and lies surrounding Lars' rock and roll life just may be the death of them too.

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32 thoughts on ““I think you’re a little confused.” End of the Road Only 99¢ #endoftheroad #8sunday #snippetsunday”

  1. I love the premise of this story! I guess it must be doubly frustrating having to argue with the ghost of your father! Can’t wait to read more!

  2. Um, he was there, she wasn’t. But I can see how hearing something that went counter to everything she’d been raised knowing could elicit that sort of reaction.

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