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Utah author to release romantic suspense novel

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Mandi Tucker Slack, author of the previously released "The Alias," will release her newest novel, "Tide Ever Rising," on Feb. 12.

Kadence Reynold's favorite pastime is exploring old ghost towns, but when she and her sister, Maysha, stumble across an old journal and cheap pendant hidden in the depths of the crumbling foundation near Eureka, Utah, their world is suddenly turned upside down. Strange dreams and premonitions begin to haunt "Kadie" as she learns more about the author of the journal.

"Stellar! 'Tide Ever Rising' will grab you, pick you up and will not let you go until the end," says award-winning author G.G. Vandagriff.

Sherri Mills, author of "I Almost Divorced My Husband But I Went on Strike Instead," says, "Mandi's dynamic characters are immediately thrust into constant danger with breathtaking twists and turns, including a kidnapping."

"Mandi Tucker Slack has done it again," says "Defensive Tactics" and "Gold Clash" author Steve Westover. "This haunting mystery will wrap you in intrigue and suspense as you battle to unravel dark secrets and family regrets."

"Tide Ever Rising" will be released on Feb. 12 but can be pre-ordered from and right now.

About The Author:

Mandi Tucker Slack studied geology at the College of Eastern Utah before earning a degree in Special Education from Utah State University. Slack grew up in Orangeville, where her father worked as a coal miner for 18 years before joining the U.S. Army and moving the family to Hanau, Germany. Slack returned to Utah where she finished high school and married her husband, Charles. The Slacks have three children-with one on the way-six chickens and a lizard.

For more information, contact:

Mandi Slack


Or Kelly Martinez, Cedar Fort, Inc.


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