Sins of the Father
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"Fast-paced, relentlessly horrific, and loaded with twists and surprises, Faherty's dark tour of Innsmouth delivers a gut-wrenching tale of madness, monsters, and heartbreak. Action-packed cosmic horror at its gruesome best " --James Chambers, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of The Engines of Sacrifice and On the Night Border Henry Gilman has spent years trying to separate himself from his father's legacy of murder and insanity. Now he has the chance - all he has to do is figure out who's been killing people in Innsmouth. Then he'll be a hero and win the heart of the woman he loves, Flora Marsh. But soon he's caught in a web of danger, with the undead stalking the streets at night, a terrible monster lurking below the city, and a prophecy of destruction about to come true. In the process, his actions cause unwanted consequences and to save Flora he has to do the very thing he's spent his life trying to avoid: follow his father's footsteps into madness. FLAME TREE PRESS is the new fiction imprint of Flame Tree Publishing. Launched in 2018 the list brings together brilliant new authors and the more established; the award winners, and exciting, original voices.
Flame Tree Press, 9781787584075, 240pp.
Publication Date: August 11, 2020
About the Author
A life-long resident of New York's haunted Hudson Valley, JG Faherty is the author of 7 novels, 10 novellas, and more than 75 short stories, and he's been a finalist for both the Bram Stoker Award(R) (The Cure, Ghosts of Coronado Bay) and ITW Thriller Award (The Burning Time). His latest novels are Hellrider and Sins of the Father. He writes adult and YA horror, science fiction, dark fantasy, and paranormal romance, and his works range from quiet, dark suspense to over-the-top comic gruesomeness. He is actively involved in various professional writers' organizations, including serving as a mentor and library liaison, and he conducts writing programs for young adults at local libraries and schools. As a child, his favorite playground was a 17th-century cemetery, which many people feel explains a lot. You can follow him at www.twitter.com/jgfaherty, www.facebook.com/jgfaherty, and www.jgfaherty.com.