My Soul to Keep by Lynette M. Burrows

Lynette M Burrows 

The Fellowship Dystopia Series

Miranda lived a charmed life until…

she broke the rules.

But the Fellowship’s rules aren’t optional.

AVAILABLE NOW: Book One, My Soul to Keep
COMING SOON: Book Two, If I Should Die.
In My Soul to Keep, Lynette M. Burrows “has written an easy to read, rich, powerful, and haunting novel that will remain with the reader long after the last page.”
“With the social significance of Handmaid’s Tale and top-notch thriller suspense,  My Soul to Keep is a story for the ages.” 

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“I read this book in one weekend and found it difficult to put down.” Terry M., Amazon Reviewer


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The giant bronze angel of death loomed over Miranda Clarke’s shoulder. The statue, Shield of Mercy, Hand of Justice, stood at the grand entrance of the Fellowship Center as it had for all of Miranda’s life. With Uncle Sam sheltered in her great black wings, the angel hovered over the fallen body of President-elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt and pointed to the pile of ash where the assassin had stood. Was it the statue or was it the tiny flare of rebellion inside her that made Miranda hesitate? --My Soul to Keep by Lynette M Burrows

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“When the angel of death comes calling…a tragic mistake occurs.”

Lynette M Burrows writes about hopes, dreams, and evil schemes. Set in the past or the future, in our world or other worlds, her stories are spiced with a dash of intrigue, a dollop of mayhem, and a liberal dose of automatic weapons.

She enjoys coffee, the pleasure of real books, and the crack of a nine-millimeter, not necessarily all at the same time—although they all appear in her stories.

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