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A MONSTER. A MISSING BOY. AND A TOWN BUILT ON LIES. Something is lurking in the woods just beyond Aaron and Ellen Dreyer's new country home, and an evil that has been hiding in plain sight is about to emerge. A neighbor is brutally murdered, their 4-year old son goes missing in broad daylight, and the local town of Bensalem devolves into a cesspool of finger-pointing and chaos. With nowhere left to turn, Aaron and Ellen are forced to venture into the woods to find their son... and the truth. But in the process, they uncover a force larger and more sinister than they ever could have imagined.
#1 Best Seller in U.S. Horror Fiction (Amazon.com)
Named to Horror Writers Association 2021 "List of Recommended Works"
Over 200 ratings on Goodreads
THE EPIC CONCLUSION TO SENTINEL. It's been four months since tragedy rocked the rural hamlet of Bensalem, Virginia, and Sheriff Cheryl McNamara has vowed to uncover the truth about her town's dark history. Her big break comes from an unexpected source: her teenage daughter Skylar, whose fascination with the occult leads to a remarkable discovery. But a new evil rises, and tragedy strikes again. When the true form of the terror plaguing Bensalem for centuries is revealed, it is young Skylar who must face not only the Nothus, but also the centuries-old secrets behind it.
#1 New Release in U.S. Horror Fiction (Amazon.com)
Over 75 ratings on Goodreads
A #1 Amazon best seller and active member of the Horror Writers Association, Drew Starling is a husband and dog dad who loves strong female leads, martial arts, and long walks in the woods with canine companions. He would like to think his plots are better than his prose, but strives to make his words sound both beautiful and terrifying at the same time. He listens to Beethoven, Megadeth, and Enya when he writes, and he'd be absolutely delighted if you'd consider joining his mailing list (which you can find a link to about one and a half mouse scrolls up this page). His only rule of writing: the dog never dies.