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Level Zero

November 25, 2020

PUBLISHING WITH BLACK ROSE WRITING ON MAY 13TH, 2021

PREODER TODAY: USE ORDER CODE PREORDER2021


https://www.blackrosewriting.com/horrorsuspense/levelzero


Cover Blurbs:

"Makes the motel in Psycho look like a Disneyland spa...This book is creepy in the best of ways." -Gojan Nikolich, author of The Gopher King

"Dan McDowell has debuted a dark and disturbed imagination..." -Jeffrey James Higgins, author of Furious: Sailing into Terror

"...an immersive journey into a terrifying world that lies just below the surface of a Texas town." -Greg Hoover, author of The Witching Of The King

"...delightfully macabre, full of sinister plot twists and layers of raw horror." -Jill Benson, author of WitchChild


The Oak Hollow Hotel stands eight stories above Riverton, Texas.

Despite not operating as such for years, a haphazard acquisition of the facility leads Chris Wilkerson down a dark path to uncover its mysteries as he forms a call-center specializing in horror stories. A sinister character lurks in an abandoned tunnel just beneath, manipulating Chris as he struggles to walk a fine line between his love for the dark and the macabre and a collapsing marriage.

Todd Adams, a manic depressive financial advisor, awakens from a coma along with 53 others, fighting to understand unexplained phantom memories that plague them. As each work to unravel their meaning, they begin to disappear into a labyrinth beneath the hotel at the torment of a bizarre captor. Discovering mutual commonality in an unresolved past, Todd works to lead them out.

Will they find the key to freedom?

 

Oak Hollow

2021

The ribbon’s been cut again at The Oak Hollow Hotel…


Newly hired night shift clerk, Nancy Helbens Richards, and her husband opt not to inform authorities when tragedy strikes. Carrying the burden of an estranged relationship with her mother and being one of Creeper Joe’s fifty-four victims, Nancy works to rebuild her life, ironically finding unspoken protection inside the hotel just above where she was once captive.


Wandering Riverton Statesman columnist, Vic Ramsey, puts off checking into the hotel after his colleague ends up dead writing a series of articles on the building’s storied past. Vic’s connection to the area’s forgotten Chipequa tribe leads him to uncover mysteries of the property’s mystical roots as he ventures into an incomparable realm upon check-in.


They share a common enemy. The question is why.

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Hotel Key
 
Man with Book