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Wayne Mallows author of Whitechapel Road talks about his Haunted House.

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Published on Nov 1, 2010

Happy Belated Halloween everyone!

Lots of news for you!

First of all, Wayne and his house were featured on the National Post this week! Check out the full article here:
http://www.nationalpost.com/homes/Wel...

Also in the news, Wayne was interviewed by the great people at PSI-FI Radio! Check the full interviewhere:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/psi-fi-p...

If you liked what you heard about Wayne's haunted house, feel free to head over to his website WayneMallows.com, and send him an email! Also! Check back for an update on when the book "Whitechapel Road" will be hitting the online shelves of Amazon.com to get yourself a copy!

"Whitechapel Road - A Vampyre Tale"

Born in the South of England in 1854, Aremis thought his life was laid out from the very beginning. But that was all to change. Expecting to meet his wife-to-be at the annual harvest festival, Aremis has no idea that the evening would bring forth an evil far beyond his comprehension.
Nursed back to health by his sister Temperance, the terrifying truth begin to unfold and he is forced to leave his home in the hopes of finding answers within the city of London.

There on the shadowy back streets of the cities east end, he finds himself at the heart of an ancient curse. Drawn into playing a deadly game of cat-and-mouse with a beautiful female stranger, he quickly discovers that she may be the only one who can explain the strange events which have besieged him. Haunted by nightmares and conflicting moral issues, he is propelled towards an unbelievable confrontation, one that will find him at the centre of the most horrific string of murders in London's history.

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