Murder Behind The Closet Door: The Wildwood Murder Mystery Ghost Story

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"A 5-Star rated murder mystery - ghost story full of adventure, the occult, and dark souls, Murder Behind The Closet Door is an excellent novel for anyone who appreciates Noir fiction, Mickey Spillane-style mysteries and a Stephen King-style thriller wrapped up in one truly original, well told story." A dilapidated house with an evil secret in the basement. An auto-wrecking yard with the devious, rusted remains of a murderer's getaway car. An unsolved bank robbery with hundreds of thousands of dollars never found. A detective trying to solve an age old murder before his ticker runs out. A slow, agonizing death for an unfortunate victim and his soul reaching from beyond... "Murder Behind The Closet Door" is a murder murder mystery ghost story that keeps you engaged and guessing from the first paragraph. Creepy, riveting, this mystery-ghost story reveals another existence, one just beyond our own, where the occult and the paranormal meet reality and everyday people find themselves swept into very extraordinary circumstances. The story is set in Ocean City and Wildwood, NJ during the late 1970s (with flashbacks to the '30s & '50s), and centers around a young woman who begins her career marketing an amusement pier on the world-famous Wildwood Boardwalk on the Jersey Shore. Just as Heather's adult life really begins to blossom, her torment begins. Not long after moving into a 70 year-old rooming house, Heather's mundane life takes an uncontrolled turn toward insanity. Although she refuses to acknowledge her ghost, a mysterious entity begins to taunt her, an entity impetuously determined to contact her through her bedroom closet. At first these mild encounters are merely disturbing.... Aspirations of a life of quaint mediocrity vanish as she and her friends try to discover the motives of her tormentor, finding that the truths in which she believed her entire life had been nothing but an elaborate veneer. As Heather falls deeper into the mystery, she finds the physical world around her is much stranger - and more terrifying - than she could ever have imagined. Note: This murder mystery/ghost story deals with adult themes and language, and is not intended for children. If it were a movie it would be NC-17. You've been warned. About the Author: Christopher Pinto is the author/editor of Tiki Lounge Talk, a web-lounge dedicated to remembering the kool stuff from the Atomic Age and beyond, from big band music to cocktails at the Tiki Bar. He's been writing for over 25 years, has had ...several plays produced, and has won awards for his creative efforts. During the 1990s he was producer/director of a highly successful traveling theater company in the Atlantic City area, StarDust Productions. A lover of all things retro, he enjoys working on his 1953 Chevy Belair Hot Rod, plays jazz tenor sax and clarinet, and is an avid collector of vintage memorabilia. Pinto currently lives in South Florida with his wife Colleen, four birds, two cats, a dog and a Tiki Bar. For more information visit http://wildwoodmurdermystery.com/ or http://www.facebook.com/WildwoodMysteryNovel.

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Become a Fan of Murder on Facebook! www.facebook.com/WildwoodMysteryNovel Christopher Pinto is the author/editor of Tiki Lounge Talk (http://tikiloungetalk.com), a web-lounge dedicated to remembering the kool stuff from the Atomic Age and beyond, from big band music and jazz to cocktails at the Tiki Bar. He's been writing for over 25 years, has had several plays produced, and has won awards for his creative efforts. During the 1990s he was producer/director of a highly successful traveling theater company in the Atlantic City area, StarDust Productions. A lover of all things retro, he enjoys working on his 1953 Chevy Belair Hot Rod, plays jazz tenor sax and clarinet, and is an avid collector of vintage memorabilia. Pinto currently lives in South Florida with his wife Colleen, four birds, two cats, a dog and a Tiki Bar. For more info visit www.stardustmysteries.com.

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Book Description Createspace, United States, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A 5-Star rated murder mystery - ghost story full of adventure, the occult, and dark souls, Murder Behind The Closet Door is an excellent novel for anyone who appreciates Noir fiction, Mickey Spillane-style mysteries and a Stephen King-style thriller wrapped up in one truly original, well told story. A dilapidated house with an evil secret in the basement. An auto-wrecking yard with the devious, rusted remains of a murderer s getaway car. An unsolved bank robbery with hundreds of thousands of dollars never found. A detective trying to solve an age old murder before his ticker runs out. A slow, agonizing death for an unfortunate victim and his soul reaching from beyond. Murder Behind The Closet Door is a murder murder mystery ghost story that keeps you engaged and guessing from the first paragraph. Creepy, riveting, this mystery-ghost story reveals another existence, one just beyond our own, where the occult and the paranormal meet reality and everyday people find themselves swept into very extraordinary circumstances. The story is set in Ocean City and Wildwood, NJ during the late 1970s (with flashbacks to the 30s 50s), and centers around a young woman who begins her career marketing an amusement pier on the world-famous Wildwood Boardwalk on the Jersey Shore. Just as Heather s adult life really begins to blossom, her torment begins. Not long after moving into a 70 year-old rooming house, Heather s mundane life takes an uncontrolled turn toward insanity. Although she refuses to acknowledge her ghost, a mysterious entity begins to taunt her, an entity impetuously determined to contact her through her bedroom closet. At first these mild encounters are merely disturbing. Aspirations of a life of quaint mediocrity vanish as she and her friends try to discover the motives of her tormentor, finding that the truths in which she believed her entire life had been nothing but an elaborate veneer. As Heather falls deeper into the mystery, she finds the physical world around her is much stranger - and more terrifying - than she could ever have imagined. Note: This murder mystery/ghost story deals with adult themes and language, and is not intended for children. If it were a movie it would be NC-17. You ve been warned. About the Author: Christopher Pinto is the author/editor of Tiki Lounge Talk, a web-lounge dedicated to remembering the kool stuff from the Atomic Age and beyond, from big band music to cocktails at the Tiki Bar. He s been writing for over 25 years, has had .several plays produced, and has won awards for his creative efforts. During the 1990s he was producer/director of a highly successful traveling theater company in the Atlantic City area, StarDust Productions. A lover of all things retro, he enjoys working on his 1953 Chevy Belair Hot Rod, plays jazz tenor sax and clarinet, and is an avid collector of vintage memorabilia. Pinto currently lives in South Florida with his wife Colleen, four birds, two cats, a dog and a Tiki Bar. For more information visit /// or //. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781451593327

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Book Description Createspace, United States, 2010. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A 5-Star rated murder mystery - ghost story full of adventure, the occult, and dark souls, Murder Behind The Closet Door is an excellent novel for anyone who appreciates Noir fiction, Mickey Spillane-style mysteries and a Stephen King-style thriller wrapped up in one truly original, well told story. A dilapidated house with an evil secret in the basement. An auto-wrecking yard with the devious, rusted remains of a murderer s getaway car. An unsolved bank robbery with hundreds of thousands of dollars never found. A detective trying to solve an age old murder before his ticker runs out. A slow, agonizing death for an unfortunate victim and his soul reaching from beyond. Murder Behind The Closet Door is a murder murder mystery ghost story that keeps you engaged and guessing from the first paragraph. Creepy, riveting, this mystery-ghost story reveals another existence, one just beyond our own, where the occult and the paranormal meet reality and everyday people find themselves swept into very extraordinary circumstances. The story is set in Ocean City and Wildwood, NJ during the late 1970s (with flashbacks to the 30s 50s), and centers around a young woman who begins her career marketing an amusement pier on the world-famous Wildwood Boardwalk on the Jersey Shore. Just as Heather s adult life really begins to blossom, her torment begins. Not long after moving into a 70 year-old rooming house, Heather s mundane life takes an uncontrolled turn toward insanity. Although she refuses to acknowledge her ghost, a mysterious entity begins to taunt her, an entity impetuously determined to contact her through her bedroom closet. At first these mild encounters are merely disturbing. Aspirations of a life of quaint mediocrity vanish as she and her friends try to discover the motives of her tormentor, finding that the truths in which she believed her entire life had been nothing but an elaborate veneer. As Heather falls deeper into the mystery, she finds the physical world around her is much stranger - and more terrifying - than she could ever have imagined. Note: This murder mystery/ghost story deals with adult themes and language, and is not intended for children. If it were a movie it would be NC-17. You ve been warned. About the Author: Christopher Pinto is the author/editor of Tiki Lounge Talk, a web-lounge dedicated to remembering the kool stuff from the Atomic Age and beyond, from big band music to cocktails at the Tiki Bar. He s been writing for over 25 years, has had .several plays produced, and has won awards for his creative efforts. During the 1990s he was producer/director of a highly successful traveling theater company in the Atlantic City area, StarDust Productions. A lover of all things retro, he enjoys working on his 1953 Chevy Belair Hot Rod, plays jazz tenor sax and clarinet, and is an avid collector of vintage memorabilia. Pinto currently lives in South Florida with his wife Colleen, four birds, two cats, a dog and a Tiki Bar. For more information visit /// or //. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781451593327

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