Today’s Free Kindle eBook: Nicor!
Nicor the mythical water demon…The monsters straddled the bay, giant black rowers, spurring flame far into the tropical night. From the belly of each a long, sharp proboscis stabbed down into the sea bed…Oil rigs. Slashing, whirling teeth biting greedily into the ocean floor, sucking deeply of its secrets. Secrets that should have remained forever buried in those peaceful waters.Oscar Blumen, a drilling superintendent is working aboard one such oil rig – ES 127. A semi-submersible anchored in the Caribbean Sea.His job, and the job of his fellow employees aboard the oil rig, is to drill a new hole…For in those Caribbean depths lurked something beyond the feeble powers of man, an abomination that the oilmen’s relentless probing would provoke into a violent frenzy of retribution and surging…Amid murders, disappearances, police investigations and mysterious attacks on the oil rig itself, the crew must fight for their lives against a seemingly unreal and unbelievable monster…Praise for Peter Tremayne“Mesmeric stuff.” – The Times“Tremayne is bloody good!” – Penthouse“Peter Tremayne is established as one of Britain’s leading horror fantasy writers.” – Retail Newsagent“He brings to the writing of fantasy detail and dedication…scrupulous skill…” – Space Voyager“Tremayne weaves no less engrossing tales than Edgar Allan Poe.” – Ashbury Park PressPeter Tremayne is the fiction writing pseudonym of the Celtic scholar and author Peter Berresford Ellis. Peter Berresford Ellis is a historian, literary biographer and novelist who has published over 90 books to date under his own name and that of his pseudonyms Peter Tremayne and Peter MacAlan. He has also published 95 short stories. His non-fiction books, articles and academic papers have made him acknowledged as one of the foremost authorities on Celtic history and culture. Under his Tremayne pseudonym he is the author of the international bestselling Sister Fidelma Mystery series. His work has appeared in 25 languages.
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