First Look at the Cover Art for Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton, and Stephen Romano’s Black Light

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It’s been a few months since last we checked out the guaranteed to be bat-shit insane new book from Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan, and Stephen Romano, but lo and behold we’ve got some artwork and even a release date!

According to Mulholland Books Black Light will be available in hardcover on October 5th, 2011.

If you have a supernatural problem that won’t go away, you need Buck Carlsbad: private eye, exorcist, and last resort. Buck’s got a way with spirits that no one else can match. But his childhood remains shrouded in darkness, forgotten in the wake of something horrible.

Buck has spent years looking deep into the Black Light on the other side of death, trying to piece together the mystery that destroyed his family and left him for dead. It’s dangerous, but it’s his only hope of finding out what happened to them—and what made him the way he is.

But now the voices on the other side are fading to a whisper, and all they’ll say is that something big is coming. Buck already knows what it is—a super high-tech bullet train running through the worst recorded place in history for paranormal phenomenon. A place where Buck almost died a few years ago, possessed by the spirits of the dead.

And when a call suddenly comes from the eccentric billionaire in charge of that train, Buck knows it can only be the inevitable hand of fate pushing him back into the most harrowing unfinished case of his career. A case that could finally reveal the shocking secrets of his life … or end it forever in a desperate spiral of madness and horror.

First Look at the Cover Art for Marcus Dunstan, Patrick Melton, and Stephen Romano's Black Light

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  • hegemon13

    Wow, the plot synopsis sounds really great! It’d be right at home gracing the back cover of a McCammon or Saul or Skipp and Spector book from the eighties. It has complexity and character focus not often seen today. The plot is clearly about a character, not just a plot idea. I will definitely see this.