Here’s a little more about F9:
The rate of violent crime is on the rise, and nowhere is this more evident than in the state of Colorado.
Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me…
It’s called Acute High-Altitude Neuropathic Dissociation—or, more commonly, Mile High Syndrome—and Dr. Ellis Randall Harding, a neurologist, is determined to understand why. For him, it’s personal. He was there on September 24th, 1994 when a gunman walked into the library and started shooting.
I once was lost, but now I’m found…
The answer is locked inside the mind of a monster who shot and killed nine people in 1968. The problem is he’s in a vegetative state and incapable of communicating with anyone, except for Dr. Harding, who has figured out how to utilize medical imaging technology to amplify and interpret the killer’s brain activity.
Was blind but now I see…
But as Dr. Harding learns, there are some things that mankind was never meant to understand. Chief among them, the true nature of evil.
Coming this June.
Happy President’s Day Weekend to all, especially to the hockey families out there bouncing from one tournament to the next. There’s no better way to spend a weekend.
Compliments of Zach McCain and DarkFuse books. They totally nailed this one. More details to come, but in the meantime, I hope this is enough to whet your appetite for June.
Thanks to all of the loyal DarkFuse readers who voted for SNOWBLIND as their choice for the best novella of the fourth quarter. It now advances to the finals where it’ll square off against the winners from the previous three quarters to win the Readers Choice Award for Best Novella of 2012. You can check out the full story and the competition HERE!
In entirely unrelated news, those of you expecting checks from me ought to receive them shortly.
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It might not be much, but as my way of saying thanks to my readers–THE GREATEST on the planet, I should add–look below the fold and you’ll find a little treat. And ONLY IF YOU’VE READ THE STORY. *SPOILER*