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Today sees the release of Joseph Nassise’s Watcher of the Dark, the third and final volume in the Jeremiah Hunt Chronicles, and Tor Books has provided us with an excerpt for Daily Dead readers:
“Joseph Nassise returns with Watcher Of The Dark (A Tor Hardcover; $25.99; On Sale: November 19, 2013) – the third and final volume in the Jeremiah Hunt Chronicles. Nassise brings a certain boldness to the fantasy and thriller genres that allows new readers and returning fans to immerse themselves in a tense, thrilling adventure filled with supernatural horror.
New Orleans was nearly the death of Jeremiah Hunt, between a too-close brush with the FBI and a chilling, soul-searing journey through the realm of the dead that culminated with a do-or-die confrontation with Death himself.
Hunt survived, but found no peace. When he performs an arcane ritual to reclaim the soul of the magically gifted, beautiful women who once saved him, »
- Jonathan James
Adam Simon is hard to keep up with. He has the dizzying intellect and spellbinding rhetoric of a well caffeinated university professor.
The depth of Simon’s knowledge of the craft of horror filmmaking is far more indicative of his level of expertise than his filmography might lead you to believe.
Simon is best known for writing the 2009 film The Haunting in Connecticut, which was an unexpected success for a haunted house thriller. He is also known for his 1990’s B-movie classics Carnosaur and Brain Dead. With over 30 years of experience under his belt, Simon originally began in production and moved on to establish himself as a writer. He now makes his living writing horror for network television, a transition that has thus been very good to him.
- Pat Meissner
2 items from 2013
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