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R.A. Lingenfelter has always been interested in the afterlife and the purpose of life. Having always seen, felt and heard dead people, R.A. finally embraced the ability and began learning to communicate with the afterlife. Writing helps process what’s been seen and experienced. Using her maiden name, she’s allowed her muse to tap into the depths of her imagination to write her paranormal tales.

RaeAnne started her life’s career as an automotive mechanic. After being fired for taking maternity leave, she began to plot ways to kill off her boss via car accident, of course! Instead she started writing down her ideas and her father convinced her to spare the boss and turn the notes into a book. 

R.A. Lingenfelter

End of Crows

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Dreaming of being a normal teenager shouldn’t cost your life… 

Prom, dances, boyfriends. Seventeen-year-old Willow holds tight to her imagination; the one thing Dominion can’t control. She replays the stories her mom and dad have told her about freedom and America before the Dominion took over. Her parent’s faction, The Crows, are still in the free zones; gathering and waiting. Willow hopes that once her family escapes, her free life will begin.

But once in the free zone, Willow realizes her life will never be what she had imagined. Premonitions of her faction being destroyed flood her dreams and she fights to prove that she’s not the spy others believe her to be. As the Dominion draw closer, will Willow succeed in convincing her faction that they are all in danger or will they all perish?

“Loved this book! Left me wanting more and anxiously waiting for the next!”

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“Great read! I will definitely read the next in this series”

“Author’s writing style is smooth and fluid, allowing you to easily become immersed in the world she has created”

“Main characters are wonderful! You love them, empathize with them, fear for them, but above all you’re hoping they succeed”

Growing up under the oppressive regime run by the elite, Willow has been taught her entire life that freedom is worth fighting for. A faction who believes in human rights, The Crows, are scattered in the mountains but gathering for a fight. Willow knows that her family must risk death to escape the confines of the Dominion.

Finnian was born free; his parent’s both founders of the Crows. Having been betrayed in the past, Finn is skeptical about the new arrivals in the Crows’ camp. As he studies Willow, his doubts grow as she shows skills with weaponry and hand to hand combat that a novice wouldn’t have knowledge of. Finn also struggles within himself as he fights his growing attraction towards Willow. He is determined to keep her close to find out if she is friend or foe.

Willow starts to have dreams that appear to be visions of an infiltrator, but nobody believes her. Tired of the suspicious looks from her faction, Willow is determined to expose the spy and show the Crows that she is truly one of them. Will she succeed or will she fail and possibly kill them all?


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