CAMP HILL, Pa. — Camp Hill, PA – Landisburg, PA artist Alecia Nye’s artwork has been selected for the cover of Thomas Malafarina’s new horror novel ‘Burn Phone’. The book will be released later this month by Sunbury Press. Nye’s print will soon be released in a limited edition.
About the book:
Charles Wilson, a traveling businessman in search of a prepaid cellular phone stumbles into a strange store where he is presented with a hideous phone that he discovers can open a portal to Hell, summoning demonic creatures to do his every bidding.
What is the origin of this device? Why was Wilson chosen to be the “Keeper of the Phone”? How will this newfound power affect Wilson? This is story of power, psychological terror, demonic temptations, and human greed.
This is Thomas M. Malafarina’s second full length for Sunbury press. He has also written the novel “Ninety-Nine Souls” and the short story collection called “Thirteen Nasty Endings” both published through Sunbury Press.
“Burn Phone” has plenty of suspense, terror, surprises and just enough gut wrenching gore to keep the author satisfied.
Thomas M. Malafarina is a horror author from the South Heidelberg Township area of Pennsylvania. To date he has published a horror novel called “Ninety-Nine Souls” and a collection of horror short stories called “Thirteen Nasty Endings” through Sunbury Press.
He was born July 23, 1955 in the town of Ashland, Pennsylvania, in the heart of the hard coal region. He was raised in a small, wood-framed row house along with his parents, his younger brother and two older sisters. Growing up in this blue-collar community Thomas learned the importance of hard work and dedication to family. These values instilled by his parents guided him through to his adult life.
Thomas has enjoyed a life-long love of writing, music and art and of course, horror. “Burn Phone” is his latest exploration into the world of demonic horror.
Thomas lives in South Heidelberg Township, just outside of Wernersville, PA with his wife JoAnne. They have three grown children and two grandchildren.
Format – softcover – perfect binding.
214 pgs. 5.5 x 8.5
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