Monday, April 4, 2011

The Cursed Man by Keith Rommel


Alister Kunkle believes death is in love with him. A simple smile from friend or stranger is all it takes to encourage death to kill.

With his family deceased and a path of destruction behind him, Alister sits inside a mental institution, sworn to silence and separated from the rest of the world, haunted by his inability to escape death’s preferential treatment.

But when a beautiful psychologist arrives at the institution and starts offering him care, Alister braces himself for more killings. When none follow, he tries to figure out whether he truly is insane or if death has finally come to him in the form of a woman.

The Cursed Man (ISBN: 978-1-934597-03-3 ) can be ordered through the publisher’s website:
http://004004c.netsolhost.com/cursed.html or at www.amazon.com

Praise for The Cursed Man

Keith Rommel is a talent to keep an eye on. He writes good, old-fashioned horror. With 1 star (really, really bad) to 5 stars (instant classic), The Cursed Man comes in at 4 solid stars. It's good stuff. Don't miss it. --Blogcritics.org

The Cursed Man is an extremely well written suspense horror story... An enthralling narrative told in the past and the present... Great story telling in the tradition of Stephen King... --Booklore

The Cursed Man is a fascinating look into the mind of madness. It is a well-written, engrossing, insightful book to read. --TRM Reviews

The Cursed Man is recommended to anyone who likes a good suspense story... The descriptions of the places, the people and events come alive as you read the story. --Bookpleasures.com

About the Author

Keith Rommel lives with his family in Port Saint Lucie, Florida. Keith is a retailer, freelance writer and now a novelist. This proves dreams come true.

Captivated as a young man by the story of a real-life tragic event of a family friend, Keith Rommel was inspired to write The Cursed Man: a novel of dark suspense with an ending so ominous, it has to be fiction. Keith Rommel has had several writer how-to articles published and is currently working on his next novel. You can visit Keith on the web at http://keithrommel.weebly.com

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