Books by Melissa Bowersock

Monday, June 11, 2018

New Release: The Field Where I Died

Have you been fascinated with a place you've never visited? Or with a historical event that happened well before you were born? Many of us have, but what does that mean? Could the reason be more than simple curiosity?

I'm pleased to announce the release of my latest book, The Field Where I Died, a novel that examines these questions and more. Here's a brief summary of the story.

Devon Muir has always been fascinated with the Civil War.  When he discovers that his fourth great-grandfather fought at pivotal battles like Antietam and Gettysburg, he is compelled to follow in his ancestor’s footsteps and experience the battlefields on his own. What he doesn’t count on is dreaming about a battle every night—and being killed every time. Now his exploration of battlefields becomes a different kind of quest as he struggles to understand who is the soldier he becomes in his dream, and who is the woman whose face he sees as he lays dying.

Sound intriguing? If so, you're in luck because The Field Where I Died is only 99 cents through June 17, 2018. Here's a great chance to add it to your summer reading queue (or, for my Aussie friends, sitting cozy beside the fireplace) at a bargain price. After that, it will revert to its normal price, $4.99.

For those of you waiting on a new book in the Lacey and Sam series, I'm working on Book 13 as we speak. Stay tuned!

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