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Local Author M. Cid D’Angelo releases e-novel 'Dead Reckoning'
Published on Thu, Feb 21, 2013 (1:21 p.m.)What: Author M. Cid D’Angelo releases Dead Reckoning on Amazon Kindle.
When: February 22, 2013
Why: DEAD RECKONING, the terrifying new horror novel by author M. Cid D’Angelo will appear on Amazon.com for purchase on Kindle February 22, 2013.
Annie Mitchell – a marine biologist studying at Woods Hole – finds herself obsessed in reopening an infamous oceanographic project that has taken the lives of two scientists some years before. She and her young partner, Stewart Eddinger, get more than they bargained for when they find themselves “haunted” by intense impulses, hallucinations, and an intangible evil that seems to be the biblical Leviathan incarnate. As the two young people continue their investigation into the heart of the mystery, they soon discover that they are being slowly consumed by the legend of the Leviathan.
Dead Reckoning is a study of terror and despair, framed within a pop culture that is obsessed with morbidity and estrangement. A lurid, haunting tale, the novel is meant to be read as a creepy summer read. It will work well with readers who are fans of metafiction and novels that read as if they should be nonfiction; appealing to those who love dark stories that explore the nether-regions of our psyche. These readers are those who have enjoyed such diverse works as the bestselling novels, House of Leaves and Stephen King’s The Shining.
M Cid D'Angelo has been published in literary journals such as EUREKA LITERARY MAGAZINE, AIOFE'S KISS, LADY JANE'S MISCELLANY, THIRD WEDNESDAY, MORONIC OX (WWW.MORONICOX.COM), MIDWAY JOURNAL (WWW.MIDWAYJOURNAL.COM), MILITARY HISTORY, and LOST TREASURE. He was agented at one time by the WriteHigh Literary Agency (Beverly Hills, CA) and the Cherry Weiner Literary Agency (New Jersey).
You can find M. Cid D’Angelo online:
On Amazon for Kindle
Release date: February 22, 2013
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