A DIFFICULT MIRROR – On Sale Now

Benjamin X. Wretlind,

author of Castles: A Fictional Memoir of a Girl with Scissors &
Sketches from the Spanish Mustang,
in association with Independent Authors International
Presents the 1st in an epic series of the Maskiyl el Hanephesh…

A Difficult Mirror

A Difficult Mirror

A Difficult Mirror, by Benjamin X. Wretlind

Four-year-old Justine has been lost to the world and with her an ability feared by many. But the balance of power has been shifting for years, and Justine may be able to tip those scales for good…if someone can find her in a pitiless place of sorrow and pain.

When Marie Evans meets a strange man on a deserted road and a body is found mutilated in the desert, a deep resentment teetering on the edge of release is about to explode. Someone, somewhere has drawn a line in the sand, and when Harlan Reese, Marie’s ex-lover, enters a forest in central Arizona looking for his daughter, that line will be crossed.

In a world between Heaven and Hell, the past becomes the present as Harlan and Marie find each other once again. Their journey across an unforgiving land to find a way home with Justine by their side will be wrought with both pain and triumph.

Life is, after all, A Difficult Mirror.

Available Today!

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Kindle Link

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5 Stars – “Combining horror, fantasy & mystery with elements of the traditional hero’s journey, A Difficult Mirror contains a unique & detailed plot, rich characterization & a very real sense of danger…”

5 Stars – “…Wretlind conjures visions beyond your wildest nightmares”


Check out the contest on Benjamin’s Blog!

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