J. S. Bailey
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Bobby Roland can't catch a break.
Less than a week after Bobby takes on the mantle of Sevitude—a position granting him the ability to exorcise demons from the possessed—he finds an envelope taped to his door containing an intimidating note and a picture of a strange woman. When a shadowy figure is abducted off the sidewalk down the street from his house, Bobby can’t help but wonder if it’s her.
Bobby may not be ready to drive out demons, but that doesn’t put a damper on his desire to help those in need. With the aid of his friends and a new supernatural ally, Bobby sets out to find the woman and free her from her captors.
Little does Bobby know he may have bitten off more than he can chew…
OFFICIAL SITE OF J. S. BAILEY, AUTHOR OF SERVANT AND RAGE'S ECHO
Who is J. S. Bailey?
J. S. Bailey picked up a pen as a small child and has been writing ever since. If you enjoy a supernatural story filled with suspense and unexpected twists, then you're in the right place. Welcome!
Praise for J. S. Bailey
"Rage's Echo by J.S. Bailey is a highly intriguing paranormal fiction that would draw you in fast... Bailey nailed the pace of the story, appropriately measured and prompted in the right places to give it a good tempo... The plot is well developed with great, unpredictable twists. The solid spook factor can sometimes be so subtle before rearing its head when you least expect it... Overall, Rage's Echo is a great read and you don't have to be a paranormal fan to enjoy it."
"The characters [in Rage's Echo] felt like real people... Bailey doesn't hesitate to make her characters desperate or unusual, which really helped with the forward momentum."
—Katie Cross, author of Antebellum Awakening
"Rage's Echo is a ghost story, but without spoiling it for you, let's just say, it is SO much more... The characters are so well-written that you form a friendship with them quickly. You have a genuine interest in their lives and you find yourself feeling as if you can just hop on Facebook and ask Jessica how the ghost hunting is going. You really forget this is a work of fiction. These characters are real. That's what I love about them most. They are just like your real-life friends and neighbors."
—D.M. Kilgore, author of "Eve's Apples"