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The Lobby by Christopher A. Durish
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Zachary Bell is a rising young star in the world of advertising and his trendy, often controversial commercials are a direct reflection of his personal affairs. A married father of two daughters, Zach is anything but a family man. A blossoming career and a sordid lifestyle of infidelity and Hollywood-style parties are a common substitute for school plays and family picnics. One stormy September night, while driving home from a party with his co-worker and mistress Judith Sample, Zach falls asleep at the wheel. When he awakens a few seconds later, his car is careening out of control toward a steep embankment. As the car plunges over the hillside, it plunges Zach's life into a realm of unspeakable terror. While in a comatose state, the result of trauma suffered during the accident, Zach experiences an evil only Hell itself could unleash. When he emerges from that coma, he soon comes to realize that the evil wasn't merely a dream and that the life he had clung to no longer belongs to him. ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on February 25, 1969, Christopher Durish currently resides approximately thirty miles north of Pittsburgh in Meridian, Pennsylvania with his wife Melanie and Jack Russell Terrier, Dudley. He graduated from Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Criminal Justice and works in the field of Loss Prevention. Chris has always had a passion for the written word, particularly horror fiction and poetry, and plans on writing more novels in the hope of turning writing into his sole career. Writing is not the only thing Chris does during his free time. He and Melanie are active in the field of paranormal research. He is also a sports junkie and an avidfan of the Pittsburgh Penguins and Steelers. Golfing, music, and movies are among his other hobbies.
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September 1st, 2008
Country of Publication
United States
Sense of Wonder Press
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