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Susan Vaught

Biography

Susan Vaught

Susan Vaught works with young people as a clinical psychologist. She has also been writing all her life. She and her large family live on a rugged, 45-acre mountainous farm in the Smoky Mountain foothills in Tennessee. This is her second book for young adults.

Susan Vaught

Books by Susan Vaught

by Susan Vaught - Fantasy, Horror

Never, Kentucky s a crossways --- a place where the dead and the living can find no peace. Not that Forest, an 18-year-old foster kid who works the graveyard shift at Lincoln Hospital, a huge state mental institution, knew this when she applied for the job. But along with hundreds of very unstable patients, it also has underground tunnels, bell towers that ring unexpectedly, and a closet that holds more than just donated clothing. When the dead husband of one of Forest's patients makes an appearance late one night, seemingly accompanied by an agent of the Devil, Forest loses all sense of reality and all sense of time. Terrified, she knows she has a part to play, and when she does so, she finds a heritage that she never expected.

by Susan Vaught - Fiction, Mystery, Young Adult 12+

When Jason Milwaukee's best friend Sunshine vanishes, Jason knows that something is terribly wrong. Sadly, his schizophrenia is stopping him from remembering the events leading up to her disappearance, and often he discounts his own memories and impressions. But his deep knowledge that he would never hurt his friend, plus the faith of his parents and a few others in the town, bring him to the point of solving the mystery.

by Susan Vaught - Fiction, Supernatural

It is 1969, and Ruba has just moved to Mississippi from Haiti to live with her Grandmother Jones. It isn't long before Ruba finds herself threatened by the KKK and drawn into the fight for civil rights. But a hurricane barreling toward the coast changes everything, bringing Ruba and her family a measure of justice and a new acceptance.