Black Easter

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Paul Hatzis rents an old house on a small Greek island, unaware that the house was used by a trio of black magicians during WWII as the locus for their reincarnation as powerful immortals after a lifetime of service in Hell. As Paul, his girlfriend, and his beloved 18-year-old niece prepare to celebrate Easter, the trio prepare for their rebirth...all they need are three bodies to steal. More

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About Dario Ciriello

Like most writers, Dario Ciriello has lived several lives in one and enjoyed an eccentric career trajectory. He’s worked in a warehouse, driven trucks, drag raced motorcycles, had a small import business, and enjoyed a twenty-five year career as a decorative painter.

Today, Dario is a professional author and freelance editor, as well as the founder of Panverse Publishing.

His first novel, "Sutherland's Rules", a crime caper/thriller with a shimmer of the fantastic, was published in 2013. "Free Verse and Other Stories", a collection of Dario's short Science Fiction work, was released in June 2014. His new novel, a supernatural suspense thriller titled "Black Easter", will be released on December 5, 2015.

Dario has also edited and copyedited over a dozen novels, as well as three critically-acclaimed SF novella anthologies "(Panverse One", "Panverse Two", and "Panverse Three").

Dario's nonfiction book, "Aegean Dream", the bittersweet memoir of a year spent on the small Greek island of Skópelos (the real "Mamma Mia!" island), was a UK travel bestseller in 2012 and has recently been published in Poland.

He lives with his wife in the Los Angeles Area.

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Review by: ANDREA CUNNINGHAM on Jan. 2, 2016 :
A Little Bit of Black Magic

The crux of all belief or non-belief is truly seeing is believing. For the casual believer this book will be a fun read. For someone who believes the spiritual world (both light and dark) exists, it is a terrifying tale that in the beginning lulls you into the beautiful Greek island life. Slowly and masterfully, the author weaves a tale that goes from lighthearted to supernaturally incredible. It's one of those tales that no one would believe unless they were there. It took me a while to shake the finale and I pondered long afterwards about how things could have been. Amazing story that scared the crap out of me. 5 STARS!!!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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