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“Old Hollow” book signings announced – April 15 and April 28 April 6, 2018

Posted by ambrosestolliker in News, Uncategorized.

20180317_025935091_iOSI’m excited to announce that I’ll be signing copies of me new Civil War-era horror novella, Old Hollow, at two great local bookshops in the Seattle area in April!

The first signing is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. PT on Sunday, April 15 at Half Price Books in Redmond. Half Price Books is located at 7805 Leary Way, Redmond, WA. 98052.

The second signing is from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. PT on Saturday, April 28 at Page 2 Books in Burien. Page 2 Books is located at 457 SW 152nd St., Burien, WA. 98166.

Can’t make it to Page 2 on that day, but still want a signed copy? No problem – Page 2’s proprietor, Bill Virgin, has graciously agreed to make the book available for purchase post-event!

For those of you who don’t know, here’s a back cover summary of the novella:

Spring, 1865. The Southern armies are close to defeat. Union Cavalry Commander Philip Sheridan has loosed his scouts into the Virginia countryside in search of an opportunity to intercept and destroy General Robert E. Lee’s Rebel army and bring the war to an end.

One such scout is Captain Benjamin Lawson, a man haunted by the scenes of senseless slaughter he has endured from Antietam to Gettysburg. On a dark, rainy night, Lawson’s party of scouts stumbles upon a large group of Rebel cavalry. All Hell breaks loose. Only Lawson, Sergeant Jordy Lightfoot and Corporal Emil Boyd manage to escape into a thick forest.

There, Lawson discovers the young corporal has been gravely wounded. Determined not to lose another man under his command, Lawson heads for a small town called Old Hollow in the hopes of finding a doctor who can help the dying boy. What he finds there is far more terrifying than anything he’s witnessed on the battlefield. Soon, he and his men are in a fight for their lives against a twisted preacher who has struck a diabolical covenant with an ancient, unspeakable evil.

I hope you’ll come join me on April 15 or April 28!






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