Recently released from a mental institution, Beth Gregory accepts a job as a live-in secretary/PA to the reclusive painter Josh Warrington. From the first moment he sees her, Beth’s long red hair fascinates him, and Josh wants her to be his Rapunzel for a series of fairy tale paintings on which he’s working.
Beth has two major fears: that she will be sent back to the mental hospital and that the visions which landed her there in the first place will return. They do; this time giving her glimpses of murders before they happen. Beth becomes the main suspect in the murder investigation and then she has the most disturbing vision of all: she will become the next victim…
Praise for Drowning Rapunzel:
“Unique and plotted out well…the pace was good and the suspense…suspenseful.” ~ Delta
“author Annette Gisby has the skill to create characters that could either endear them to you with their virtues or annoy you with their flaws.”~ AObibliophile
“Unique plotline…very interesting…truly hooked and enjoyed the story.” ~ bookreader7