Friday, November 29, 2013

BLACK ADAGIO awaits ...

BLACK ADAGIO, my chiller-diller that combines horror and ballet is on sale for .99. The price will last today and tomorrow so it's your chance to sample what reviewers are raving about.

The cover of BLACK ADAGIO is one of my favs. It perfectly represents the young protagonist Melissa Solange. Missy perfectly exemplifies the passion that dancers feel for their craft. They don't just enjoy dance -- they HAVE to dance. They're driven and it's this obsession that compels them towards the pursuit of perfection.

The story is a solid mystery about a cursed ballet that is resurrected. No one takes the warnings seriously until dancers start disappearing.

If you need a spine-tingling read, try BLACK ADAGIO.


Melissa Solange is presented the chance of a lifetime. Chosen as a member of a new dance company, she works tirelessly perfecting the one element of ballet she's never mastered--the adagio. As she rehearses, a dark force watches. Resurrected by the surprise addition of a classic ballet to the repertoire, the sinister work is thought to be cursed--destroying anyone who attempts to dance it.

When the production's lead dancers begin to disappear, the old warning is taken more seriously. A death worshipping cult called The Innocents is blamed, but she is not so sure. They may be the scapegoat for an ultimate evil living in the woods of Holybrook. Desperate for an answer, she searches for what lurks in the shadows of the old trees before she becomes the next victim of the Danse Macabre.


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