James Michael Rice is the author of Rebel Angels, A Tough Act to Follow, The Still, and For Those Who Worship The Sun. He lives in New England.
What are your five favorite books, and why?
I have somewhat eclectic tastes when it comes to reading. I enjoy everything from William Golding to William Shakespeare. As for my favorite books and authors: Robert McCammon's Boy's Life is an absolute treasure. I'm also a huge fan of Stephen King, especially The Stand, Tommyknockers, and IT. Lastly, I will read anything by Dennis Lehane.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in Southeastern Massachusetts, in an area that is known as "The Bridgewater Triangle". Many consider this the paranormal epicenter of New England. There have been loads of unexplained sightings....everything from ghosts to Bigfoot to UFOs. Growing up in the area, surrounded by so many mysteries and wild tales, inspired me to write.
By James Michael Rice
Published: December 1, 2013.
An adventure trip turns deadly for a group of tourists who become stranded in the world's largest rainforest. As they attempt to make their way back to civilization, they soon discover that a sinister presence has been stalking them... and it has no intention of letting them leave the forest alive.