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Eons ago, a betrayal rocked the heavens. Grief overwhelmed the mother of creation, driving her to madness when the god-king banished Caelemon to the underworld. Leading to the sundering of the world which would come to be known as the Breaking. Only a tiny village, located at the edge of the world survived the breaking, and for hundreds of years it remained forgotten. The villagers now pray to the mother seeking her mercy and protection, but she’s as cold and merciless as the black stone statue which she was carved out of. Her supplicants haven’t realized it yet, but they are about to. In the worst possible way.
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On a Sad Note:
Robert S. (Bob) Levinson passed away on March 13 due to complications from pneumonia. He was the bestselling author of 13 novels including the Neil Gulliver and Stevie Marriner series of mystery-thrillers. His short stories appeared in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine and multiple anthologies.
Bob was very kind and agreed to do an interview for Mysteriesgalore.com. You can read the interview at:
http://www.bestsellersworld.com/interviews-levinson.htm. We kept in touch over the years through Facebook. I will always remember him as a nice and very funny person. I will truly miss him. I send my thoughts and prayers to his family.
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