Overview

A tale of modern-day horror from award-winning novelist Vincent H. O'Neil:

In Providence, Rhode Island, graduate student Angie Morse has discovered evidence that an ancient stone obelisk worshiped by a colonial-era cult is still in existence. Hoping to finish her studies with a career-boosting headline, she's combing the woods to find it.

As she digs into the history of the...
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Interlands

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Overview

A tale of modern-day horror from award-winning novelist Vincent H. O'Neil:

In Providence, Rhode Island, graduate student Angie Morse has discovered evidence that an ancient stone obelisk worshiped by a colonial-era cult is still in existence. Hoping to finish her studies with a career-boosting headline, she's combing the woods to find it.

As she digs into the history of the obelisk and the cult that perished at its feet, she's plagued by bizarre events and shadowy figures from her college days. The more time she spends in the ghostly forests outside the city, the more Angie starts to suspect the obelisk is exerting the same influence on her that doomed so many others.
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Editorial Reviews

Amazon - Mallory O'Meara
Brilliant horror story! Perfectly paced and gripping, with a believable and well-developed main character, Interlands is hard to put down. This novel is rich with lurking dread and Providence legends. For fans of horror, Lovecraft or New England history, this is a must read!
Amazon - Todd Chicoine
I started reading Interlands while vacationing in the Bahamas. It was on a very hot humid and sunny day and I found myself missing home (Northern RI). What got me so homesick was Mr. O'Neil's superb description of the atmosphere and surroundings of the protagonist as she continued her journey into darkness. Having been to many of the backwoods in Rhode Island and Massachusetts I couldn't help but get a chill down my spine thinking, "I've been there before." The rhythm of the book is perfect.
Amazon - Michael McGurk
Rapid , fast pace and easy to read this is a page tuner, either paper or electronic. It is an easy mix between history, horror, thriller and just plan fun reading. O'Neil's grasp of the local area, knowledge of New England history, and ability to weave a story is unmatched. His writing is tight, crisp and flows from the pages....like black dark water.....(read the book) 5 stars only because there aren't six.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016705408
  • Publisher: FNG Press
  • Publication date: 5/29/2013
  • Series: Interlands , #1
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 225
  • Sales rank: 763,022
  • File size: 233 KB

Meet the Author

Vincent H. O’Neil brings a wealth of life experience to his writing. In his different careers he has served as an officer in the US Army Infantry, consulted for a software development firm, managed risk in a major corporation, and created marketing campaigns.

After writing in his spare time for many years, he won the St. Martin’s Press "Malice Domestic" Writing Competition in 2005. His critically-acclaimed debut novel Murder in Exile was followed by three more books in the Frank Cole / Exile mystery series: Reduced Circumstances, Exile Trust, and Contest of Wills.

He also authored the theater-themed mystery novel Death Troupe and, writing under the name Henry V. O’Neil, the military science fiction novel Glory Main.

www.vincenthoneil.com
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