Published by Mundania Press Cincinnati Ohio, Rolling Seas Reviews had this to say about “A Cry of Shadows” by Max Overton: “A Not to be read at night time chiller thriller! Dr. Ian Delaney is an eccentric scientist. His field of research is death—to be precise—the moment of death when life-force leaves a body. Loretta Picket is murdered and Lieutenant Detective Barnes is assigned the case. Wayne Richardson, cruel and calculating, is dumped by his girlfriend—now any girl who resembles Charlene is in danger of being brutally murdered. In the basement laboratory at the Jameson House, acts of screaming violence are unleashed through experiments. Detective Barnes calls in Arlith Fisher, a psychic, to help track down the murderer and locate the missing victims. Barnes hovers between life and death before this nightmare ends. This story is definitely not for the faint hearted!”
“A Cry of Shadows” has been adapted to screenplay by Daniel Guardino with four ‘optioned’ movie scripts to his credit. Daniel Guardino is in the development stages of “My Own Worst Enemy” with Hollywood Producer Michael Z, Gordon who will begin production on “Frail” in Vancouver, Canada, in January 2007. “A Cry of Shadows” will run with the movie title “Doctor Death” on production.
Max Overton is the author of nine novels, the “Glass House” Trilogy being co-authored with Ariana Overton - “Lion of Scythia” – “The Golden King” & “Funeral in Babylon” both gained the prestigious EPPIE Awards – and the Egyptian Series “Scarab-Akhenaten”, the first book in the series is to be published by Mundania Press in 2008.
Author, Max Overton is presently working on the Indian novel “Rakshasa”, along with the follow up books in the “Scarab” Series. “A Cry of Shadows” leaps from the pages of this thriller novel to haunt long after it has been read. A world of Excitement and Adventure can only be lived through the storyteller, and the creative genius of those who reach for the stars through movie productions.
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