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Tabitha FREEMAN is an international bestselling and award-winning fiction author. Her works include the GHOST STORY trilogy, BROKEN GLASS, THE LIFE WE UNMADE, COYOTE CREEK, MACABRE, and novellas INIQUITY, IT'S ONLY PRETEND, OPHELIA, and BECOMING A PRINCESS. She lives in Texas with her Transylvanian husband, Laurentiu, and rescue pups, Spartacus and Tonto.

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