Some people are born into a family fortune. Bri has just entered into a family curse…
…I don’t want to die…was what Bri’s best friend said only days before. Never having believed in curses, Bri dismissed Aeryal’s claims and assured her friend that she would live. Assured her that all the near-death incidents were just coincidence.
Then came her funeral.
And then come the attacks on Bri’s life, attacks that are eerily similar to the ones on Aeryal. Without warning, she’s running for her life from a demonic being that only she can see, and in the midst of it all, not one, but two gorgeous guys are suddenly vying for her attention. The thing is, mysterious artifacts snuggled away on her best friend’s bookshelf might prove that one of her boyfriends isn’t as innocent as he seems.
In the town of Jacobsville, there's a street.....
....and on this street, there is a curse that has spanned seven generations.
This is the eighth....
Publication Date : March 15, 2014
“The Shelf is what would happen if Pretty Little Liars met Sleepy Hallow. I was immediately held captive by its intrigue and chilled by the paranormal phenomenon.”
-Dormaine G, Author of Connor series
“Gripping from the very first page.”
-Pamela Cash, Author of Chausiku series
"Creepy and sometimes shocking, but although the suspense is real, I find myself reading more because I love Bri than for the scare factor."
-R.A. White, Author of Kergulen Series
"Kish Knight's The Shelf will leave you wanting more; your eyes glued to the pages and a hitch in your chest."
-Anna Sanders, Author of Befallen Tides series