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Mystic Ink Debuts “Night Whispers" At SO CA Writer’s Conference To Ring In Halloween Reading Season
If You Find Yourself Fascinated And Terrified By Zombies, Vampires, And Other Denizens Of The Night, You Still May Not Be Prepared For The Horror That Lurks On The Streets Of Boston...
"This is the darkest novel I have ever written," says Pallamary, who grew up In the Boston neighborhood where most of the book is set. "My memoir 'Spirit Matters' tells what it was like for me to grow up in Dorchester,"
Nick Powers climbs into a stolen car without knowing it and gets chased by the cops on a wild ride that ends in a crash that knocks him unconscious. When he comes to he hears whispering voices, but the cops are in hot pursuit so he stumbles out of the car and runs. After escaping he sees a homeless man arguing with himself and realizes that the whispers he hears in his head are the other side of the argument. Perplexed, Nick follows the man to a homeless shelter.
Max Broderick is the sole member of the U.S. Justice Department’s Occult Crime Unit who the Boston Police have asked assistance from after a number of bodies have been dug up and found decapitated. Working with Lieutenant Colleen O’Grady of the Boston Police, they operate out of Dorchester’s District Eleven Station investigating the bizarre aspects of their case until a series of macabre murders points toward a druid cult that appears to be connected to the same homeless shelter that Nick has been led to.
While the police are investigating the high profile murders, homeless people are disappearing, but no one seems to care – except Nick.
Starting September 15th, fans will have a chance to win a copy of "Night Whispers" from a Goodreads Book Giveaway that ends on Halloween at midnight. (https://www.goodreads.com/
Pallamary’s recently published "Eye of the Predator" and "CyberChrist"
"DreamLand" and "A Short Walk to the Other Side were Award Winning Finalists in the recent San Diego Book Awards.
His historical novel Land Without Evilreceived rave reviews, and was adapted into a multimedia aerial extravaganza, directed by Sarah Agent Red Johnston and performed by acrobatic troupe, Sky Candy to sold out audiences. The making of the show, filmed as a PBS episode of Arts in Context, garnered an EMMY nomination.
His memoir Spirit Matters, detailing his journeys to the jungles of Peru, took top honors in the San Diego Book Awards’ Spiritual Book Category, and was an Award-Winning Finalist in the National Best Book Awards. It was also released as an audio book, narrated by the author. Originally from Dorchester Massachusetts, Pallamary has lived in San Diego for the past 35 years. For more about Pallamary, or to book him for speaking engagements or interviews visit www.mattpallamary.com.