Cold in the Light

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Where the beings known as the Whoun/ came from, only a few know. What they're going to do next is anyone's guess. But in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, where a decades old conspiracy has started to unravel, a cop and a lady doctor are about to find out. Against an enemy from their nightmares, the two will have to fight, to save the life of an unborn child who isn't human, a child that will change their world forever. In the brooding forest, they'll learn what it means to fear ...
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Overview

Where the beings known as the Whoun/ came from, only a few know. What they're going to do next is anyone's guess. But in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas, where a decades old conspiracy has started to unravel, a cop and a lady doctor are about to find out. Against an enemy from their nightmares, the two will have to fight, to save the life of an unborn child who isn't human, a child that will change their world forever. In the brooding forest, they'll learn what it means to fear the dark...And the light.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781931468053
  • Publisher: Invisible College Press
  • Publication date: 5/28/2002
  • Pages: 330
  • Product dimensions: 5.56 (w) x 8.42 (h) x 0.84 (d)

Meet the Author

Charles A. Gramlich grew up on a farm in Arkansas near the Ozark Mountains where Cold in the Light is set. On a long walk one afternoon he stumbled upon a tiny valley in the mountains where the trees seemed to gather around like dark and menacing angels, and where the sunlight chilled his skin. He never went back to that place, but he was never quite the same either.

Charles lives in the New Orleans area now. He's in his 40s, married, and has a teenage son named Joshua. He teaches psychology at a local university. Charles has had two previous novels serialized in science fiction and fantasy magazines, and has sold a lot of stories and essays over the years in fantasy, horror, and other, much stranger, fields. When not writing he can often be found cruising the back roads of Louisiana on his motorcycle, looking for a place where angels brood and the light is...cold.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 26, 2002

    Wicked Scary Page Turning Thriller

    I don't often read thrillers but I read this one on the recommendation of a friend, and I have to say that I loved it. The action sequences were great and kept me turning the pages well into the night, but I think it was the characters who truly made it for me. The heroes were well developed and sympathetic, so much so that I found myself mad at Charles Gramlich whenever one of them got hurt, or worse. The villains were wicked scary. You definetly want to read this one with all the lights on. Gramlich turned this one out like a pro, though I understand from what I've read that this book is his first paperback. I hope it won't be his last! I like the idea of discovering a new writer who I can enjoy! I recommend this book highly and hope one day to see it as an action-packed summer blockbuster.

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