Book Release: The Ruptured Firmament by Stephen T. Vessels

Today I’m happy to officially announce the release of the 11th book in the Labyrinth of Souls series: The Ruptured Firmament by Stephen T. Vessels. Both the print and ebook versions are now available on Amazon, and will soon be distributed wherever fine books are sold.

New York City police detective William Braden faces one of the worst cases of his career, the grisly murder of a family. Pursuing the killer, he finds himself cast into the bewildering and wondrous Labyrinth of Souls, where he becomes embroiled in terrifying intrigues far beyond the scope of his imagination. Sister Beatrice Cloutier, an aged Carmelite nun experiencing a crisis of faith, is transported into the Labyrinth during a private, all night prayer vigil. Together, she and William confront a horror that threatens the very existence of the universe.

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About the author:

Stephen T. Vessels is a Thriller Award nominated author of Science Fiction, Fantasy, Horror, and cross-genre fiction.  He wrote his first story when he was six years old, and forty years later wrote one that sold.  Among his earliest inspirations were the horror films of Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff and Vincent Price, SF films like Ib Melchior’s “Journey to the Seventh Planet,” and the legendary Modern Library anthology, “Tales of Terror and the Supernatural,” which he read in the back seat while his parents drove through Texas.  In 2012 he received the Best Fiction award from the Santa Barbara Writers Conference.  His first story collection, “The Mountain & The Vortex and Other Tales” was released in 2016 by Muse Harbor Publishing and his first novel, “The Door of Tireless Pursuit”, was published in 2017.  He is also a visual artist and his work has exhibited in New York and California. 

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