Three years after the demise of her seventeen year marriage, Mandy Russell decides to jump back into the choppy waters of the dating world. With very little options available in her small town of Bainsville, Tennessee, Mandy lets her best friend Shawna persuade her into joining an online dating site.
Feeling she has met someone she can really connect with, Mandy decides it’s time to meet face to face with her new suitor, unaware of his true plans for her. Dark, sinister plans that will test Mandy’s physical strength, mental fortitude and will to survive.
Will Mandy prevail or will she become number seventy-five?
“Ashley Fontainne proves with ‘Number 75’ that she a talent to watch.”
–Raymond Benson, author of The Black Stiletto series
“With an attention to detail, and a slowly building sense of dread and horror, Ashley Fontaine’s “#Seventy-Five” will have you racing through her story of online connection, and just how bad things can go on a date. This is tale that, with its Hitchcockian twists dealing with greed and murder, I dare you to stop reading.”
— Matt Costello, author of Vacation and Home.
“…Ashley Fontainne has created her own genre…’The Evil Bitches Thriller’…a neck snapping, jaw dropping thriller that you will not be able to put down.”
–Zach Fortier, author of Curbchek and Streetcreds
Born and raised in California, Ashley now calls Arkansas home with her husband and four children. Her suspenseful revenge series, Eviscerating the Snake, consists of Accountable to None, Zero Balance and Adjusting Journal Entries. She also enjoys writing poetry and short stories and recently published Ramblings of a Mad Southern Woman: A Collection of Short Stories and Poetry on Life, Love, Loss and Longing, which is available on Amazon.
Ashley is also a supporter of the Joyful Heart Foundation that assists victims of violent crime seek help and find healing, and donates 10% of all book sales yearly to the cause.
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