Shadow Stalker by T.M. Gaouette
A chilling tale that is impossible to put down
It all happened one morning. It was as if the world had gone mad. Well, maybe not the whole world, but enough of it to get noticed. People were waking up as if possessed; suffering souls resorting to tearing at their skin, crying out loud to no one in particular, haunted by a sudden internal torment that no one around them could decipher.
For investigative reporter Elijah, this news story was way bigger than a scoop. Unless he could unmask the truth behind the madness, how could he stop it, once and for all? And more urgent – how could he keep it from happening to him?
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“Shadow Stalker is quite the departure from the author’s usual writing as she delves into some dark subject matter. But she tackles this new genre brilliantly...
Through her impactful writing, Gaouette has become a champion for those without a voice and a strong defender of the most precious in our society.”
~Author, Leslea Wahl
“I read this haunting novella in one sitting, but it continued to linger in my mind for quite some time after...Suffice it to say this is a riveting story of sin, conversion, redemption, and Divine Justice...All in all, this is a short but sobering read
that will capture anyone's imagination . . . and hopefully lead everyone to
a serious examination of their own lives before God.”
~Author, Susan Peek
“Shadow Stalker is unlike anything TM Gaouette has written before...
With paranormal elements and a high sense of urgency, this story is riveting and intense. My first thought after reading it: the powerful themes—or maybe warnings—speak to disturbing elements of today’s culture.”
~Author, Theresa Linden
Shadow Stalker is part of the “Spiritual Warfare” book pack available to
Shadow Stalker originated as a short story T. M. wrote in 2009 titled “Conscience.”