Follow on Google News
News By Tag
News By Place
Follow on Google News
Rob Samborn's Painter of the Damned Continues Critically Acclaimed Series
By: touchpoint press
Dancing between Renaissance and modern-day Venice, Samborn weaves two riveting tales across time. This book builds upon the thriller that captivated audiences in the first installment, The Prisoner of Paradise. With its complex plot, vivid characters, and jaw-dropping twists, Painter of the Damned is the perfect sequel for fans and continues the series destined to draw in new readers as a standalone.
Advance readers have offered such praise as "an absolutely worthy follow-up," "a page-turner from start to finish," and "expect only the unexpected."
About Painter of the Damned
After escaping Venice with their lives, Nick & Julia O'Connor have one goal: return home so they can end their nightmare vacation. But before they reach the American consulate, they're captured by Interpol and returned to Venice. Behind Nick's detention is Salvatore della Porta, the corrupt head of an ancient, enigmatic order that controls Paradise, Tintoretto's Renaissance masterpiece that's also a purgatory for thousands of souls—including Nick's soulmate from the 16th century.
Della Porta believes Nick's previous life knows the location of a book lost to the ages. This mysterious manuscript will bring him world-changing power—or topple the order. As Nick's link to the past consumes him, it's up to Julia to save her husband and crush della Porta. But with friends in short supply,she must enlist Carlo Zuccaro, unaware the young artist is the order's new Painter and warden of the damned.
Painter of the Damned will be available in eBook ($6.99) and paperback ($17.99) from major retailers, select indie retailers, or wholesale from Ingram.
About Rob Samborn
Rob Samborn is the author of The Prisoner of Paradise and The Swordsman of Venice. In addition to being a novelist, Rob is a screenwriter, entrepreneur and avid traveler. He's been to forty countries, lived in five of them and studied nine languages. Originally from New York City, Rob lived in Los Angeles for twenty years before moving to Denver with his wife, daughter and dog.
He;s represented by Brower Literary and Management. His website is www.robsamborn.com
About the Publisher
TouchPoint Press is a traditional publisher of fiction and nonfiction. Our staff is composed of professionals whose collective experience in publishing, editing, journalism, design, and marketing set the stage behind our growing list of published titles. We are proud to work with talented authors and strive to be as innovative and energetic as possible from acquisitions to promotion before and after publication.
For interview and other requests, please contact William Warren at email@example.com.