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From bestselling and award-winning author Mark Yoshimoto Nemcoff comes DIARY OF A MADMAN, a suspense-filled, splatterpunk symphony of horror wrapped in a tight-as-nails noir narrative about loss of self. Told in a casual first person style, DIARY OF A MADMAN details one man’s fixation with infamous serial killers such as John Wayne Gacy, Harv “The Hammer” Carignan, The Genessee River Killer and Andrew Cunanan and his obsession with catching the serial murderer known as the “Interstate Slasher”. During the day, he hides behind his bland persona as a salesman but outside of the office politics he is very serious about his “hobby”. However, as he kills more victims his world begins to unravel around him and what he finds on his murder and sex-fueled journey will shock you right to the very last page.
Be sure to check out Mark’s excellent website for more information.
Today, author Erik Gustafson offers up a tantalizing sneak peek at one of his stories.
He sets the stage thusly: “Conscious Eggplants…Razor sharp onion stalks…Killer carrots…Envious tomatoes…Jealous angry vines…is brotherly love stronger than the sick love of a demonic garden? Two brothers are about to find out how strong love can be. You have never seen a garden like this.”
Diagnosed with cancer, and lured by the sales pitch of an online “vampire hunter,” Jack Trask has spent a fortune traveling around the world in search of the one being he feels can save him from a death sentence. Now, in the ruins of “Ransom,” a plantation outside of New Orleans, Jack comes face to face with the creature he has been seeking for nearly a year. And it’s not what he was expecting.
Author Doreen McGettigan contacted me to share some background on her book. She says:
“In Bristol boyz Stomp, you will meet David, the victim, a soft spoken gentle giant with a great musical talent and his beautiful Icelandic wife. The reader will agonize with the family as they spend seventy-two-hours in the intensive care unit watching David slip away in front of them as they struggle to make decisions about organ donation and an autopsy while still trying to figure out exactly what did happen that night. The family will take you along on their frustrating journey as they navigate the justice system and learn how to deal with the media. You will become infuriated with the defense attorneys, the murderers families and their lack of compassion and the evil skirt and sneaker wearing district attorney who is only interested in winning an election. The reader will feel the author’s pain as she struggles with grief, depression and defeat. A painfully gripping and honest detail that will leave readers inspired to hug everyone they love and forever to be looking in the rearview mirror.”
Doreen McGettigan has written for several Philadelphia area newspapers. Since the brutal murder of her brother, she is committed to being an outspoken advocate for victims of all crimes and their families. She resides in Delaware County, Pa. with her husband, John.