- Author: Ray Garton
- Artist: Vince Natale
- Page Count: 127
- Pub. Date: 1998
- ISBN: 1-881475-54-9
- Status: Out of Print
411 (Cemetery Dance Novella Series #3)
by Ray Garton
About the Book:
Kaitlin had it all — a good man, good job, good friends. She had a pretty wonderful life... until a tragic car accident left her paralyzed from the waist down. And then she lost almost everything. The love of her life left her, her friends deserted her, her self-confidence vanished...
Now, two years later, Kaitlin is finally becoming adjusted to her new life. The horrible nightmares are still frequent visitors, but they're not as bad as they once were. The wheelchair is beginning to feel like a part of her body, and in a way, it is exactly that. Her house and car have been altered to help her with her handicap, and although still frustrated, she is making great progress. Her job as a "411 Information" operator is going well, and she is making new friends. For the first time in more than two years, Kaitlin is beginning to feel human again. Safe again.
And then, in one afternoon, everything changes.
During a routine call at work, Kaitlin overhears what appears to be a double-murder. And she is the only witness. By the next day, Kaitlin is sure she is being followed, that someone is watching her... and she knows exactly who the someone is... and, to make matters even worse, no one believes her story...
Ray Garton is the author of over forty books, including the classic vampire novel Live Girls, the thriller Sex and Violence in Hollywood, the horror novel Scissors, and three short story collections, with two more to come. He also has written a number of young adult novels under the name Joseph Locke.
He lives in far northern California with his wife Dawn and their eight cats, where he is currently at work on his next book, Dismissed from the Front and Center, a comedy about his two years at a Seventh-day Adventist boarding academy.
In 2006, Ray received the World Horror Convention Grand Master Award at the World Horror Convention in San Francisco.
Published in two states:
• Hardcover Limited Edition of 450 signed and numbered copies bound in full-cloth and Smyth sewn ($30)
• Traycased Hardcover Lettered Edition of 26 signed and lettered copies bound in leather and Smyth sewn with a satin ribbon page marker ($125)