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Death Island: The Journey
by Kelsey Ketch
Genre: New Adult Adventure/Fantasy
Release Date: December 2020

Summary from Goodreads:

With her family name tainted by her great-grandfather’s crimes,
Meriden Cummings could only dream of fleeing her oppressive
life. Then she unearthed a piece of tanned skin, and her blood
revealed an ancient map adorned with Mayan glyphs, launching
her on the journey of a lifetime. However, she finds herself bound
to the map, and there is a cost to her newfound freedom. One
that will torment her mind as well as her soul.
After being shanghaied by pirates, Gregory Wilson escapes to a
small English village where he runs into an obnoxious auburn-
haired beauty. When he learns she is about to set sail on
dangerous waters, he signs up to join her crew, hoping to defend
her from the pirates seeking her great-grandfather’s treasure. But, will he be able to protect her from
the ghost that haunts her or the curse running through her veins.



Death Island: The Discovery (Death Island #2)
By Kelsey Ketch
Genre: New Adult Adventure/Fantasy
Release Date: December 2020


Summary from Goodreads:


After arriving at Death Island, Meriden Cummings became
haunted by dreams of a young Mayan woman’s death. A death,
Meriden fears, foreshadows her own. And she soon discovers that
in this tropical paradise, there are many ways to die. On top of
that, the pirates after her great-grandfather’s treasure are not far
behind. Can she and her crew stay one step ahead of them and
the Mayan god that inhabits the island?
Meriden is not the only one haunted by the young Mayan
woman’s death. Gregory Wilson has had similar dreams the
moment he stepped foot on the island. In addition, he has seen
the Mayan god of death, Ah Puch. Will he be able to protect
Meriden from the earthly dangers as well as the supernatural forces seeking her demise?

About the Author

Kelsey Ketch is a young-adult/new-adult author, who works as a Wildlife Biologist in the state of North Carolina. During her free time, she can often be found working on her latest work in progress. She also enjoys history, mythology, traveling, and reading.

For more information, please visit her site at kelseyketch.com.

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