Author: Larry Nocella
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
FOR REASONS UNKNOWN AND UNKNOWABLE
Authorities are calling it the American Dyatlov Pass incident. Four campers on an overnight hike fail to return. Only three bodies are found. Authorities piece together what happened using the latest in cell phone video enhancement and GPS tracking technology, but disturbing questions remain. A literary take on the “found footage” horror film genre!
LUNATICS AND MARTYRS
A cynical photographer is hired for a photo shoot of a famous wealthy family on their remote island. He arrives with an open agenda and a hidden one. The ancient secrets he uncovers are far more disturbing than anything he’s encountered before, even on the most sordid paparazzi gigs, and even in his worst nightmares.
THE SMELL OF ASH
The earth is dying, nature poisoned by nuclear, chemical, and biological war. Eating a contaminated plant or animal means a painful death. Children, whose sense of smell is not yet obliterated by the corrosive air, hold all the power. Yet they are still vulnerable to corruption of other kinds. A fully unique take on survivors-of-the-apocalypse tales!
A bored and lonely girl finds a unique way to communicate with the dead. As her life becomes more unbearable, she spends more time between worlds. Is she escaping her daily horror or letting in something far more disturbing?
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About the Author:
I do not do book “dedications” to someone you never heard of. Every word I write is for you, the reader. Yes, YOU! The person reading this now. You are entrusting me, the writer, to make the best use of your time. As a thank you for that trust, and to reward your faith, I promise to work hard writing the best works possible. I intend to leave you with something positive – be it a compelling story, an interesting thought, or a laugh. Thank you so much for reading!
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