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Iniquity by Tabitha Freeman


by Tabitha Freeman

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Twenty-three-year-old Colin Serpan has finally moved on with his life, leaving his macabre past far in the shadows behind him. But the sudden and untimely death of his twin sister brings Colin once again face to face with the horrible crime he was an explicit part of five years earlier. There had been six of them-six teenagers successfully covering up a brutal, bloody mistake. Now, Colin's sins have come for retribution in the form of a sinister and seemingly undefeatable entity, mercilessly taking the lives of the original six one by one. On the fragile line of guilt and atonement, will Colin and the others escape their conscience before it eats them alive?… (more)



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A group of former students of Newton High School has dwindled even further. The death certificates list the cause as suicides. The young men and women know different. Overwhelmed by paralyzing fear and guilt, they come together to plan a way to appease the entity.

The strength and reach of this being’s influence is infinite. I rode along on the waves of terror at each appearance hoping to avoid another death. I held my breath anytime a symptom would mysteriously manifest. Anxiety made me step away a few times.

Unlike Colin, I lost hope of anyone left living after the murderous rampage. The attacks were invasive. They were too personal to allow any survivors. There’s no difference between guilt and guilt by association. This being was making a statement. ( )
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