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AuthorHouse, Oct 5, 2008 - Fiction - 300 pages
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Val Stillman led the perfect life. At twenty-eight he was on the fast track to becoming a successful reporter for a major newspaper. Single, available and a ladies man, life couldn’t have been any better.

 

What Val didn’t expect was how fast life can suddenly change--all in the blink of an eye. From the moment he witnesses a car careen off a cliff while vacationing in sunny California, events unfold in a downward spiral.

 

Employing his investigative skills, Val stumbles upon an organization bigger and more powerful than any one person could imagine. It becomes a race against time as he tries to expose the organization and to put a stop to innocent lives being sacrificed. Will good succumb to evil? Can the greed-filled man behind the supposedly legitimate company be stopped? And finally, will Val live to tell his story and escape from becoming their next victim?

 

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About the author (2008)

This is a compelling fifth novel for Vincent N. Scialo. Unlike his previous four novels, this is his first attempt at a medical suspense story that draws the reader into a life and death drama.

His first novel The Rocking Chair has received much acclaim since its publication

six years ago. The sequel Randolph’s Tale (A Journey for Love) seems to hold the promise of continued success. Both these novels are still talked about amongst many book clubs throughout the continental U.S.

            For those who crave the ultimate in horror and suspense, a taste of Deep in the Woods will leave you speechless. This is a novel that will keep you up late at night with the lights on.

            And if you ever wondered what lives the seven little men led before meeting the purest of snow, Vincent offers a dark fabled fairytale. Heigh-Ho is for the young at heart yearning to know just how the seven little men after the affection of Snow White came to be.

            Vincent continues to perfect his work while residing in Bellmore, Long Island, with his wife Jennifer and their two teenage children.

            An appearance on Oprah’s show, discussing his novel which was her recommended read, would be the fulfillment of Vincent’s ultimate dream.

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