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David Ray killed eight students and then turned the gun on himself. He thought the shooting and suicide would fix his world. It didn't. The massacre threw Tanner Khan and the other survivors into chaos.

Twenty years later, Tanner and his fellow classmates reluctantly agree to hold a reunion to lay the past to rest. Although they suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, they come back to their hometown and reunite in the defunct school building. Old flames are rekindled, fears are ignited, and their lives are about to explode in a whirlwind of memories, haunted by the spirit of David Ray

Once inside the old school, they discover that a dark entity has joined them. It has come to collect a debt, long overdue, and someone has to pay. Will Tanner and his classmates overcome their fears and put the pieces of their lives back together, or will they be consumed by their worst nightmare?

If you review Reunion or have me as a guest on your blog, your followers can win a FREE Kindle if they visit, comment & follow my blog (The Writing Bomb) on May 1, 2011. All bloggers who host me will also be eligible to win a FREE Kindle (2nd Drawing same day). I’m attaching a PDF and cover art for your initial review. If you’d prefer a print copy (ARC) let me know where to send it.


Release Date: May 1, 2011

Author: Jeff Bennington

Published by: nexGate Press

ISBN-13: 978-0615443683

Pages: 329

Genre: Thriller/Suspense/Paranormal

Cost: $12.95 (print) $2.99 (digital formats)

Availability: Available to bookstores everywhere, and most online book retailers.

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****This multi-genre thriller has, at times, elements of the supernatural, horror, romance, and certainly suspense, without disregard for the trauma and long term Post Traumatic Stress that many survivors will deal with the rest of their lives.