Don't Play With Emily by Phyllis UzelacDon't Play With Emily by Phyllis Uzelac

Don't Play With Emily

byPhyllis Uzelac

Paperback | February 8, 2016

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Brittney Michaels celebrated her fifth birthday at the town’s annual carnival, where she met her new friend Emily while riding the merry-go-round. Brittney’s father snapped pictures of his daughter and her friend enjoying the ride, but it wasn’t  until later, when he looked at the photos, that he realized this was no ordinary  friend. Emily did not show up on any of the pictures.   The tragic story of Emily begins to emerge when the family meets Jon Markos and  his brother Dan, both gifted with the ability to see what most can’t. Together they work to  solve the puzzle, and to find answers to two very important questions: who is this mysterious child, and what does she want?

Phyllis Uzelac entertained her five siblings with late-night ghost stories for years. She studied nursing at Purdue University and practiced in the health care field for over twenty years, where she experienced the wonders of new life and the mystery of death. She presently resides in northwest Indiana with her husband Ted and two smal...
Title:Don't Play With EmilyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:410 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.84 inPublished:February 8, 2016Publisher:Green IvyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9781944680787

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Editorial Reviews

Chilling, disturbing, and eerily real, Don't Play With Emily is the kind of horror story that creeps up on you, grabs you by your unsuspecting shoulders, and shakes you to your core. Not just any ghost story or horror story, Don't Play With Emily is frightening because it is based on a true incident-a real five-year-old little girl ghost. As the author of Angel Watch and two other collections of spirit intervention in human life, I can attest that dead people do cross through the dimensions and "visit" us. Phyllis Uzelac employs just the right tone of real and unreal to weave a tale that could happen to any of us. Kidnapped, molested, and murdered as a young child, Emily, the ghost, is determined to be reunited with her own bones. To do that, she must make her spirit presence known to her family. Throughout the story, you will find yourself questioning every flickering light bulb, night shadow, and disembodied voice. And you should. A tantalizing read, Don't Play With Emily will haunt the reader for years. Catherine Laniganwww.catherinelanigan.comAuthor of Angel Watch, Divine Nudges, Angel Tales, and coming soon, Angel Guides Author of Romancing the Stone; Jewel of the Nile; Shores of Indian Lake