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By: Adele Morris

The Lost Soul

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Black eyes. Seeing eyes. Death eyes.As Keeper of the Dead, Sondra Carstairs can see, hear and feel souls that no longer walk among the living. Or she could when she was younger. But as an eighteen-year-old, Sondra ran from everything that it meant to be Keeper, including Anona Island, the home of generations of Keepers. Twenty-two years since Sondra ran from being Keeper, she receives an appeal from a lost soul which forces her to return and face the darkness of Anona. Anona, the home of the Keepers, is no longer a safe haven for anyone, including Sondra. And when she learns just what someone is prepared to do, she must decide whether becoming Keeper is worth stepping on the path she’d avoided for so long or not. For the Keeper protects. She protects the dead. She protects the living. Embracing the darkness within is Sondra’s only chance to survive.

Adele Morris, a pseudonym for Katryn Hancock, was born in Glasgow and grew up in the northern suburbs of South Australia. She has a degree in business management and has worked in finance, technology and project management. She lives in Adelaide, where she has spent the last twenty years exploring story and mythology. The Lost Soul is her first novel and explores the mythology of sea and the power of the living world that the ancients believed all people once had access to.

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