Matthew Cahill is an ordinary man leading a simple life…until a shocking accident changes everything. Now he can see a nightmarish netherworld of unspeakable evil and horrific violence that nobody else does.
For Cahill, each day is a journey into a dark world he knows nothing about…a quest for the answers to who he is and what he has become…and a fight to save us, and his soul, from the clutches of pure evil.
This book includes bonus excerpts of THE WALK by Lee Goldberg and DESERT PLACES by Blake Crouch.
From the reviewers:
The story races by at a brisk rate of knots, each twist and turn, and shift in time providing another revelation [...] I was enjoying it so much, I didn’t want it to end. –Permission to Kill Blog
AND DON’T MISS….
DEAD MAN #2: RING OF KNIVES by James Daniels
Matt believes a madman may hold the secret to defeating Mr. Dark, the horrific jester with the rotting touch. But to reach him, Matt must infiltrate an
asylum, where he is soon caught up in a spiral of bloodshed and madness. His only chance of escaping, with his life and sanity intact, is to face the
unspeakable terror that awaits him deep in the asylum’s fog-shrouded woods…within the ring of knives.
And coming in May, DEAD MAN #3: HELL IN HEAVEN
Lee Goldberg broke into television with a freelance script sale to Spenser: For Hire. Since then, his TV writing & producing credits have covered a wide variety of genres, including sci-fi (SeaQuest), cop shows (Hunter), martial arts (Martial Law), whodunits (Diagnosis Murder, Nero Wolfe), the occult (She-Wolf of London), kid’s shows (R.L. Stine’s The Nightmare Room), T&A (Baywatch), and comedy (Monk).
His TV work has earned him two Edgar Award nominations from the Mystery Writers of America.
His two careers, novelist and TV writer, merged when he began writing the Diagnosis Murder series of original novels, based on the hit CBS TV mystery that he also wrote and produced. And he also writes novels based on Monk, another show he’s worked on.
His subsequent books include the non-fiction books Successful Television Writing and Unsold Television Pilots as well as the novels My Gun Has Bullets , Beyond the Beyond , and The Man With The Iron-On Badge.
William Rabkin is writer for the TV show Psych and the author of the novel Psych: A Mind is a Terrible Thing to Read and the forthcoming Psych: Mind Over Magic.
To warm up for the Psych novels, he wrote and/or produced some 300 hours of dramatic television. The first short film he directed, Voices Carry starring Melora Hardin, played at the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival. William is an assistant professor of creative writing in UC Riverside-Palm Desert’s low-residency MFA program.
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