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Halloween Give-Away from T. A. Bradley and Barren Hill Publishing

Oct 1 2013, 4:00am CDT | by PR.com

T. A. Bradley and Barren Hill Publishing are happy to be giving away the e-book edition of "Relic of the Damned: Complete and Unabridged" for the entire month of October.

Drexel Hill, PA, October 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Everyone deserves a little scare during the Halloween season. It is with great pleasure that author and local resident T. A. Bradley announces a...

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Halloween Give-Away from T. A. Bradley and Barren Hill Publishing

Oct 1 2013, 4:00am CDT | by PR.com

T. A. Bradley and Barren Hill Publishing are happy to be giving away the e-book edition of "Relic of the Damned: Complete and Unabridged" for the entire month of October.

Drexel Hill, PA, October 01, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Everyone deserves a little scare during the Halloween season. It is with great pleasure that author and local resident T. A. Bradley announces a free give-away of his horror/thriller, "Relic of the Damned: Complete and Unabridged."

Using coupon code zj86p at checkout, the book may be found and purchased for free (in multiple e-book formats) at www.smashwords.com/books/view/290275

Relic of the Damned:
When evil takes corporeal form in its search for a relic that will give it lasting mortality and domination, it brings hell to earth to the small town of Banderman Falls, Pennsylvania. As the terror unwinds, ordinary people must rise to a challenge that will test their faith, test their courage and demand the ultimate sacrifice for a chance at victory.

Hell has come to earth, and it has chosen Banderman Falls as its first entree.

Pat Bodo says - "I think this is a great book in the class of 'Lord of the Rings' saga."
Author of "The Animal Story"

Kelly Rose writes (at Amazon.com) - "I read both books (originally a two volume set) in a few days, could not put them down. I was so impressed, the story had a very 'Stephen King' feel but different enough that the author made it their own. If you like S.K. I promise you will like these books. Such a fun read!"

Jeff Brownlee says (at smashwords.com) - "This is a must read! I read 'Relic of the Damned (The Coming)' and couldn't wait to read 'Carpe Noctem' (the conclusion). Never a dull moment. This book will keep you on the edge of your seat!"

Contact Information:
Barren Hill Publishing
T. A. Bradley
610-284-0839
Contact via Email
www.tabradley-derangedwriter.com

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