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Precious Treasure by @SeganTerry is a Binge-Worthy Festival pick #paranormalmystery #giveaway

Title: Precious Treasure

Author: Terry Segan

Genre: Paranormal Mystery

Book Blurb:

Janie Holcomb prays for closure once the courts declare her missing husband dead. Instead, she's sent spiraling down a dangerous path.

When her lawyer delivers a package held in trust, she finds a cryptic warning along with a Civil War journal promising buried treasure. While seeking a connection between her spouse and the decades-old diary, Janie attracts the spirit of a Confederate soldier pleading for help.

Enlisting her brother's assistance to chase down clues, they discover that not everyone they know should be trusted. Janie overlooks potential threats when the promise of new love stirs her emotions. Will her digging uncover the answers she craves or doom her to a similar fate?


Janie dragged herself out of bed and into the bathroom. Turning on the tap to fill the sink, she bent over and splashed cold water on her face. The refreshing drops rolled down her forehead, cheeks and chin, pulling her out of her funk. Sightless, Janie reached for the hand towel hanging nearby and dried her face as she stood upright. Opening her eyes, she leaned in to examine the damage of the late night on her complexion. Her reflection looked back, as well as that of a young man standing behind her. Janie’s heart leapt to her throat as she whipped around and found no one there. Looking back in the mirror, she saw only herself.

This is too much, she thought. First nightmares and now hallucinations. Janie shook her head. With the assault of information thrown at her in the last twenty-four hours, her imagination cartwheeled out of control.

Knowing the visions were a result of the wine, newspaper articles and journal, didn’t calm the raised hackles on the back of her neck. The foreboding in Brian’s letter snaked its way up her spine threatening to encircle her throat and squeeze tight. His writing had a tone of uncertainty and fear—uncharacteristic of the man she had married.

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What’s the first binge-worthy book you read and why was it a must-read?

The Eight by Katherine Neville. It’s a mystery with a dual timeline and non-stop action.

What makes your featured book a binge-worthy read?

It’s a fast read with believable characters who add twists and turns to keep the reader guessing until the very end. Janie Holcomb is a single mom holding together work, family, and a budding new romance while trying to discover the reason for her husband’s disappearance almost a decade prior. With a spirit from the past pleading for her help, she must push beyond her disbelief of the supernatural to solve this mystery.

Giveaway –

One lucky reader will win a $75 Amazon (US or Canada) gift card.

Open internationally. You must have a valid Amazon US or Amazon Canada account to win.

Runs August 1 – 31

Drawing will be held on September 1.

Author Biography:

Terry Segan resides in Nevada. The beach is her happy place, but any opportunity to travel soothes her gypsy soul. The stories conjured by her imagination while riding backseat on her husband’s motorcycle can be found throughout the pages of her paranormal mysteries.

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Unknown member
Aug 28, 2022

I can't wait to see them chase down clues, what a great book to read.


Jan Sikes
Jan Sikes
Aug 03, 2022

How wonderful! Congrats to Terry!


Aug 02, 2022

This sounds so good! & my first binge worthy read was Driven series by K. Bromberg!


Barbara Bettis
Aug 01, 2022

Hmm. Fascinating storyline, Terry. Wishing you all the best.

Aug 01, 2022
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Thank you, Barbara! It was a fun book to write.


Rita Wray
Rita Wray
Aug 01, 2022

The book sounds very intriguing.

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