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by Jesse Wright

About The Book

He already had a past. He was a murderer, and there were people who thought that he would do it again, so he lived without a real friend for so long. He kept her safe and earned a friend. She didn’t see much; this boy was far from a lady killer.

One night in town, a body was found with a mysterious calling card. It wasn’t long before people knew they had a serial killer in the town. All eyes are on May’s new friend, but is he just a lovable nerd? Or was he trying to finish what he started the first time?

A town in the mountains can be dangerous sometimes. Not only is it hidden away from the world, it can also hide quite a few mysteries. When May makes a friend with a bad past, she finds herself falling deeper into the chaos that slowly darkens the town of Crest.

Publication date March 26,2022
Language English
ISBN (Paperback)
979-8-88622-146-6 (E-BOOK)
Genre Thriller/Suspense/Horror
Pages 112
Interior Color Black and White
Book Size 6.000" x 9.000" (229mm x 152mm)

About The Author

Growing up in the San Luis Valley, Jesse Wright had never heard of the town Crestone. Right up the road from her house was a place of untold inspiration for Crest. After writing the book and moving up to Crestone by fate, a lot of changes were made to this, her first book. Jesse now spends her days working for the local grocery store that gave inspiration to May’s job, and even wandering the town for inspiration toward a possible sequel. Jesse enjoys writing and music-filled days when she’s not out enjoying a nice plate of sushi or baking delicious goodies. Jesse’s been through some challenges in her life. While in high school, she had two back surgeries and is now suffering with chronic pain. She has wanted to help people deal with the pain of hiding scars. With the harsh scar on May’s foot, Jesse inserted a bit of herself into her character and hoped to inspire anyone with scars or differences to feel a little better about themselves. “Even if they hide their scars … I’m not telling them to show them off, because I hide mine too. I just want them to shine and push past the scars. It’s not the pain or the wounds. It’s about enjoying life. Appearances and pain should never stop you from finding the pot of gold at the end of any rainbow.”


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