The Digger's Rest

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Following his successful best-seller "Inside a Haunted Mind," K. Patrick Malone delivers a new spine-chilling exploration into the macabre. A worthy successor to King, James, Jackson and Lee, Malone is comfortably situated at the pinnacle of his profession. From the pen of horror's best-selling author, K. Patrick Malone, comes another blood-curdling excursion into the eerie world of the unknown.
King Auther was just a fairy tale king. Or was ...

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Overview

Following his successful best-seller "Inside a Haunted Mind," K. Patrick Malone delivers a new spine-chilling exploration into the macabre. A worthy successor to King, James, Jackson and Lee, Malone is comfortably situated at the pinnacle of his profession. From the pen of horror's best-selling author, K. Patrick Malone, comes another blood-curdling excursion into the eerie world of the unknown.
King Auther was just a fairy tale king. Or was he? Demons and evil spirits are just fables to scare children. Are are they. Do you dare find out?
Southwest England is the setting as Malone sends his motley team of art archaeologists to explore a long-concealed medieval castle ruins in search of the legendary King Arthur. What they uncover, however, is a legend much older, much more mind-rending and soul-shredding than anything anyone could have conceived.
As with all of Malone's works, this latest will mesmerize readers and keep them on the very edge of their seats until the last haunting word in an ending that defies belief."

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Editorial Reviews

James Cox
When people search for proof of the legendary King Arthur, few think to hunt down his skeleton. "The Digger's Rest" is a story following a team of archaeologists as they dig through the ruins of an ancient medieval castle for the body of Arthur. While they begin to shine new light on one of history's mysteries, it isn't the one they were looking for. Adventure blended in with a large bit with horror, "The Digger's Rest" is a solid pick for suspense readers.
John Manhold
The Digger’s Rest by K. Patrick Malone is a tale of the supernatural. Basically, the story revolves around the relationship among three brilliant archeologists. Dr. Jack Edgeworth, the eminently successful Director of the Metropolitan Museum, living in an unhappy family relationship, encounters Mitchell Bramson, a young boy who has been abandoned and takes him under his wing. Mitchell becomes the wunderkind of the museum. Mitchell, in turn, encounters Simon Holly, a badly abused, abandone
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780615536293
  • Publisher: Argus Enterprises International
  • Publication date: 9/3/2011
  • Pages: 322
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

K. Patrick Malone, a native of the New Jersey shore, graduated Monmouth University with a B.A. in Psychology before attaining a J.D. from Capital University Law School. After years in New York City, he returned to his former small farm cottage near the Jersey shore to write his first novel, Inside a Haunted Mind, tend his English-style gardens and adhere to his lifelong fitness routine. Having found his niche as a writer of fiction horror, Malone has four best-sellers in print and as ebook: Inside A Haunted Mind, An Unfinished House, The Digger's Rest and The House at Miller's Court.

Malone has won more awards for his books than any small press author in history as not only readers of horror fiction but his peers as well have begun to discover a talent unmatched since King. When not practicing law, Patrick travels extensively, searching ancient ruins for answers concerning "the human condition," both past and present, with an eye toward writing supernatural tales that reflect the times of his life.

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