“There’s something morbidly appealing about a whodunit set in a rotting hotel.”
Dakota Crow has been murdered, her body dumped in a lonely part of the woods, and nobody knows but her and her killer.
Stranded in Purgatory, a rotting hotel on the edge of forever, with no memory of her death, Dakota knows she must have done something bad to be stranded among murderers and rapists. To get to somewhere safer, she must hide from the shadowy stranger stalking her through the corridors of the hotel, and find out how to repent for her sins.
But first she must re-live her life.
Soon she will learn about her double life, a damaging love affair, terrible secrets, and lies that led to her violent death.
Dakota must face her own demons, and make amends for her own crimes before she can solve her murder and move on.
But when she finds out what she did wrong, will she be truly sorry?
Why We’re Excited About This Book:
There’s something morbidly appealing about a whodunit set in a rotting hotel, and so we’re looking forward to checking in with Anne-Marie Ormsby’s debut novel and discovering the truth behind Dakota Crow’s murder.
Purgatory Hotel is out on 7 November 2017 and is available from Amazon.
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