Looking for reviewers into DF, H or H.P. Lovecraft

Looking for bloggers and book reviewers interested in reviewing Resurrection Child. eVersion of your choice available. Title is horror. Just PM me here or at FB with your email address and blog/review site. Magazine and eMags and NY Times reviewers also welcome :)

Details on the title are:

 

Cthulhu introduced himself to a writer in the eighteenth century, with the full knowledge that more people would investigate the Cthulhu myth and soon a belief would spread. Like a virus it would infect millions as others learned of the old gods and their imprisonment. These writers wove more stories into the minds of millions, until one person discovered the hidden clues in all the stories, pieced together the ‘voices’ and understood what needed to be done.

The Old Ones will return.

Damon Hutter is a neo-Nazi thug going through a belief change. But when he witnesses the seeding of Caroline for the Old Ones, Damon realizes he must protect her from Roy and the rest of the Cthulhu cult in order to correctly bring forth the dawning of a new age: Cthulhu’s birth. Now it’s a race against time, the police, and two warring cults to get to Carol first.

His life change is the will of Cthulhu.
The killings are the will of Cthulhu.
Everything is the will of Cthulhu.
Carol...is the will of Cthulhu.

 

 

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