A Taker of Morrows by Stephen Paul Sayers

I am excited to share with you that A Taker of Morrows (The Caretakers, Book One) by Stephen Paul Sayers is released today by Hydra Publications Presents. It sounds like a great Supernatural thriller, and I personally love the cover, which is always a plus.

Genre: Horror/Supernatural Thriller
Length: 302 Pages
Publisher: Hydra Publications
Release date: June 15, 2018
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Synopsis: RG Granville has his whole life in front of him…but only twenty-four hours to live it.  

Beyond life’s boundaries, an enduring battle between good and evil determines the fate of earthly souls. Here, ‘caretakers’ guard and protect against the evil and vengeful ‘jumpers’ who slip back and forth between worlds to prey upon the living.

For one man, news of his impending demise sets off a deadly chain of events fueled by a jumper’s burning vengeance. Now he’s in a race against time to stop an unrelenting evil unleashed upon the earth. And if he’s to protect his family, and the world, he must breach the tenuous boundary between life and death to confront a killer.


Stephen Paul Sayers grew up on the sands of Cape Cod, Massachusetts and spent his first thirty-five years in New England before joining the University of Missouri as a research professor. When he’s not in his laboratory, he spends his time writing and devouring his favorite forms of genre fiction—horror, suspense, and thrillers. His short fiction has appeared in Unfading Daydream. A Taker of Morrows is his debut novel and the first in the planned Caretakers series. He divides his time between Columbia, Missouri and Cape Cod writing and teaching.

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