Saturday, March 12, 2011

Book Spotlight: Children of the Fog by Cheryl Kaye Tardif

You have 10 seconds to make a decision:

let a kidnapper take your child, or watch your son die.


Sadie O'Connell is a bestselling author and a proud mother. But her life is about to spiral out of control. After her six-year-old son Sam is kidnapped by a serial abductor, she nearly goes insane. But it isn't just the fear and grief that is ripping her apart. It's the guilt. Sadie is the only person who knows what the kidnapper looks like. And she can't tell a soul. For if she does, her son will be sent back to her in "little bloody pieces".

When Sadie's unfaithful husband stumbles across her drawing of the kidnapper, he sets into play a series of horrific events that sends her hurtling over the edge. Sadie's descent into alcoholism leads to strange apparitions and a face-to-face encounter with the monster who abducted her son--a man known only as...The Fog.

Read an excerpt by visiting!


Cheryl Kaye Tardif is a Canadian author, whose is best known for Whale Song, which is now available in its third edition, the 2010 ebook edition.

Whale Song, an emotional mystery that explores controversial issues like assisted suicide, school bullies and racism, has captured the attention of numerous film companies. A screenplay, which Cheryl wrote with co-writer Alison Neuman, was completed in 2006, along with a movie treatment.

Cheryl is now in negotiations with a respected film producer/director.

In 2009, Cheryl branched off into romance with her debut romantic suspense Lancelot's Lady, which was written under the name of Cherish D'Angelo and released as an ebook in late September 2010. Other titles by Tardif include: suspense novelette, Remote Control, Skeletons in the Closet and Other Creepy Stories, The River, and Divine Intervention.

Born in Vancouver, BC, Cheryl Kaye Tardif was a "military brat" and a "military wife" who has lived all across Canada and in Bermuda. She now resides in Edmonton, AB, with her husband Marc, daughter Jessica and the family dog.

Visit Cheryl online at or her blog at You can also follow her on Twitter at!/cherylktardif.

1 comment:

fredamans said...

This looks really good.