San Antonio Author's Novel Full of Chills and Thrills

PublishAmerica Presents The Delvers by Monica Ritchie

Monica Ritchie is a Native American philanthropist from San Antonio, TX. A founding member of LARAS (Latin Association of Recording Arts & Sciences), she enjoys promoting her original music in English and Spanish. As an artist and writer, she is proud to contribute to the cultural growth of our nation.

Tragedy strikes the fun out of a family night out. Mom suddenly remembers her purse left behind under their favorite table at the restaurant. After waiting for her in the car with the kids ready to go, dad realizes she’s not coming back. She’s gone without a trace.

Forced to face the situation that every family dreads, he is taunted by the fact that his wife may never be found. Depression takes its toll when there is no hope, but a legend in folklore leads to the truth behind her kidnapping. A coin left on the ground symbolizes the payment made for the taken. Discover an underground maze that is the web woven by a humanoid society called The Delvers. Taking possessions and sometimes the unfortunate souls that stray into their grasp, The Delvers survive unnoticed by surface dwellers. Until, this father finds out about them.

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