When Lynne Hansen was young, her older brother delighted in scaring her. He would hide behind doors and jump out at her. He would tell her horrible stories that had her covering her neck from the vampires and checking under the bed for the Boogey Man.
Now it's her turn to scare people.
Lynne Hansen lives in Tampa, Florida with her cat Pandora who is terrified of everything, and her husband Jeff Strand who puts up with both of them. She loves hearing from her fans. You can e-mail her at LynneHansen1@aol.com or visit her website at http://www.HeritageOfHorror.com.
Home page of Lynne Hansen: http://www.HeritageOfHorror.com
Heritage of Horror Book 1: The Return
genre: Young Adult: horror
After their older brother dies in one of the first battles of the Revolutionary War, sixteen-year-old twins Molly and Jacob Gray discover a way to bring him back to life. The initial side effects (including a marauding zombie arm) seem to disappear in a couple of days, so when Molly's boyfriend is run over by a wagon, they decide to resurrect him as well. Only too late do they find out that they have turned the two people they love the most into the living dead.
The Return is Book One in Hard Shell Word Factory's Heritage Of Horror series. The book debuted at #1 on the Young Adult E-book best-seller list and was a 2002 EPPIE finalist for Best Young Adult Novel.
A free teacher activity kit including lesson plans for using The Return in the classroom is available by e-mailing
LynneHansen1@aol.com. Free school visits within the state of Florida are offered with the purchase of a classroom set of books or a site license.
"Delightful for readers of all ages, The Return is well-written and a quick read. The characters quickly capture the reader's heart, and the storyline demands attention. For shivers and chills in Colonial America, I highly recommend The
Return!" ~ Sally Laturi, Ivy Quill Reviews
Bitten one evening while walking with her new boyfriend Daniel Drumm, Hannah struggles to control the wolf inside her. Each night the pull of the rising moon grows stronger. Flashes of her missing hours haunt her. She worries that it’s her, and not the werewolf that attacked her, that’s destroying her town. Daniel tells her he loves her, but will he still feel that way if he discovers the dark beast hidden within her?
A free teacher activity kit including lesson plans for using The Change in the classroom is available by e-mailing
LynneHansen1@aol.com. Free school visits within the state of Florida are offered with the purchase of a classroom set of books or a site license. Back to eBook
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