EXCLUSIVE! Cover Reveal for the audio edition of THE HAUNTED HALLS

Joe Hempel (Voice of Joey) finished up the audio for THE HAUNTED HALLS last week. He then got Scott Carpenter to do an all-new, exclusive cover for it.  Scott has done the covers for Blood and Rain, Chasing Ghosts, Things We Fear, Abram’s Bridge, Boom Town….And many others for the Samhain brood.

While I don’t have a release date for the audio book just yet (it will be very soon), I did receive the new artwork from Joe and Scott.

Without further ado:

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For those who have yet to enter these halls….

“an atmospheric, spine-tingler that sustains the reader’s attention until its resolution with the inclusion of vile, cringe-worthy moments that’s sure to accommodate the churning of one’s stomach. Without a shortage of unwarrantable violence, sex, and profanity, Rolfe revels in his storytelling like that of a feverish child during a winter day; blissfully engaging himself in the act of snow angels.”- Horror After Dark

“This is fantastic storytelling with copious amounts of sex and violence. Rolfe’s novel means more to me than just a King inspired horror yarn, this is a book that will proudly be displayed between John Skipp and Craig Spector’s seminal novel The Light at the End, and Clive Barker’s The Damnation Game.” – The Horror Underground

“Glenn Rolfe’s The Haunted Halls pulls out all the stops in delivering a blood-soaked, sexually charged spook show” – Peter N. Dudar, author of A Requiem for Dead Flies

“The Bruton Inn is the scariest hotel I have read about since The Overlook…”- Terry M. West, author of Heroin in the Magic Now

“Fast-paced and chilling, with eroticism and gore delivered with style.” – Russel James, author of Q Island and Dreamwalker

 

THE HAUNTED HALLS

The Bruton Inn, located outside of the small Maine city of Hollis Oaks, is home to something sinister. An icy presence has made its way from a dark past to the present day. Cold spots, shadows, and whispers permeate the halls, and guests are beginning to change.

For two front desk employees, the dark rumors are about to come to light. They call upon an urban shaman and his connection with the spirit world to dig up the truth. Will they be able to stand against this malevolent force? Or will they come face to face with something beyond their most frightful dreams.

Welcome to the Bruton Inn. The Ice Queen has arrived.

Get your eBook copy HERE

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