Orpheus and the Pearl - Nevermore: Duel Novella Series

Overview

In Belfire Press' first "Duel" Novella Series release, we bring the second printing of Kim Paffenroth's Orpheus and the Pearl, dueling with a brand new story by David Dunwoody.

Orpheus and the Pearl by Kim Paffenroth

In 1920 Massachusetts, Dr. Catherine MacGuire is mysteriously called to the home of the famous Dr. Wallston, to assist with some medical emergency that defies even his skill. The life-threatening problems she finds there have less ...

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Overview

In Belfire Press' first "Duel" Novella Series release, we bring the second printing of Kim Paffenroth's Orpheus and the Pearl, dueling with a brand new story by David Dunwoody.

Orpheus and the Pearl by Kim Paffenroth

In 1920 Massachusetts, Dr. Catherine MacGuire is mysteriously called to the home of the famous Dr. Wallston, to assist with some medical emergency that defies even his skill. The life-threatening problems she finds there have less to do with broken bodies than with warped souls, and it will take all her dedication as a healer to fix them.

Nevermore, or The Feast of Flesh by David Dunwoody

Malcolm Witt died in his sleep at 11:07 PM. Four minutes later, his body rose and walked from the room. Malcolm watched it happen. And so begins 48 hours of a life-after-death struggle to save his friends, forgive his love, and put himself to rest, body and soul.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781926912042
  • Publisher: Belfire Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2010
  • Pages: 106
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. Kim Paffenroth is a professor of religious studies at Iona College, and the author of several books on the Bible and theology. He grew up in New York, Virginia, and New Mexico. He attended St. John's College, Annapolis, MD (BA, 1988), Harvard Divinity School (MTS, 1990), and the University of Notre Dame (PhD, 1995). He now lives in upstate New York with his wife and two kids.

His work in the horror genre includes GOSPEL OF THE LIVING DEAD: GEORGE ROMERO'S VISIONS OF HELL ON EARTH (Baylor, 2006) - Winner, 2006 Bram Stoker Award; DYING TO LIVE: A NOVEL OF LIFE AMONG THE UNDEAD (Permuted Press, 2007); and DYING TO LIVE: LIFE SENTENCE (Permuted Press, 2008). His newest is VALLEY OF THE DEAD (Permuted Press, 2010). He has also edited the anthologies HISTORY IS DEAD (Permuted Press, 2007), and THE WORLD IS DEAD (Permuted Press, 2009).

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David Dunwoody is the author of the zombie novel EMPIRE, as well as the horror collections DARK ENTITIES and UNBOUND & OTHER TALES. Dave lives in Utah and can be visited on the web at daviddunwoody.com.

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