Jaye Wells

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High Lonesome Sound Audiobook

At long last, the audiobook of my Appalachian Gothic novel High Lonesome Sound is available!

For this special production, I worked with the wonderful Rebecca Roberts, whose evocative narration made the story feel brand new for me.

About High Lonesome Sound:

In Moon Hollow, secrets won’t stay buried. Neither will the dead.

On the day her mama died, Ruby Barrett stopped hearing the mountain’s song, and her daddy, Cotton, climbed into a barrel of moonshine. With no future to look forward to except raising her two brat sisters, Ruby prays for a miracle to help her escape Moon Hollow.

When horror author Peter West arrives looking for a story idea to resurrect his failing career, Ruby believes he’s the answer to her prayers. But Cotton Barrett has some whiskey-soaked prayers of his own. He wants his wife back, and he’s willing to strike a deal with the devil himself to make it happen.

Get it now on Audible | Amazon | iTunes 

 

Cover Reveal-High Lonesome Sound

Check out the gorgeous cover of my Appalachian gothic novel, HIGH LONESOME SOUND.

About High Lonesome Sound:

In the sleepy mountain town of Moon Hollow, Virginia, there is a church with a crooked steeple. No one will say for sure how it got that way, but it’s reason the whole town gathers every Decoration Day to honor the dead.

But this year, there are two fresh graves up on Cemetery Hill, a stranger’s come to town, and the mountain’s song is filled with dark warnings.

The good people of Moon Hollow are about to learn that some secrets are too painful to bear, and some spirits are too restless to stay buried.

High Lonesome Sound will launch on February 13, just in time for Women in Horror Month.

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