Lost in Owl Creek
The most wonderful time of the year is about to become her worst nightmare.
The countdown is on for the release of Lost in Owl Creek, the final book in the Owl Creek series! This one took some extra time to make sure all the details and emotion hit just right, and I think you'll agree it's worth the wait.
It's a bittersweet feeling sending the final installment of this story out into the world knowing that it's the last time I'll be visiting the town of Owl Creek, but I'm absolutely thrilled to share the conclusion of Val and Joel's story with you.
Preorder today and you can take advantage of a limited time opportunity to claim an exclusive Owl Creek sticker pack commissioned specifically for the release of this final book. Because no party is complete without a little swag to celebrate!
From the blog
Vella or Book?
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Where there's fire there's smoke
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CAREN HAHN specializes in relationship-driven fiction featuring empathetic characters who are exquisitely flawed—the stuff of great book discussions. She graduated from Brigham Young University where, between courses on Humanities, English Lit, and Biblical Hebrew, she squeezed in as many Creative Writing classes as she could.
She writes primarily in the fantasy and mystery genres and is best known for her Owl Creek Mysteries and Hatched series. No matter the genre, her richly layered plots and can't-put-it-down conclusions offer readers a thrilling ride blended with deep emotional resonance.
Caren lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and six children.
For inquiries, please email me at email@example.com.