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The Hum Of Taos by Andrew Duvall
A Hum is terrorizing the small town of Taos, New Mexico. Those who hear it go insane, killing others in a fit of rage before turning their hatred on themselves and committing suicide.
It is up to the town’s sheriff, deputy and the state’s foremost Audiologist to find the source of the hum and to stop it before it kills everyone in Taos.
The Hum…it is coming to collect what is due!
5 Star Review Headline: Horror Begins At The Monastery!
Author Andrew Duvall keeps the suspense going, as he turns a seemingly mundane hum into pure terror! First come the headaches, the migraines and then!!!!!
Time literally tics away as you turn each page. Insanity has come over the people of the small town of Taos, New Mexico. “There is no safe haven. Only the hell that we have become. That is what awaits us all…”.
Let me bring you into the story here:
…..An old battered, weathered-looking police car is parked on the edge of a dirt road on the outskirts of the small artsy town of Taos, New Mexico. The Sangre de Cristo Mountains looms large behind casting an ominous shadow. The silver moon hangs in the sky like a watchful eye. Early morning dew lingers on every surface. The hoot of a Burrowing Owl is heard echoing through the countryside.
…..Sitting in the front seat of the police car reading ‘The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying’ is Native American Deputy Aviaja Esmeralda. Her brown hair cut short. Her dark eyes set deep into her face. Her eyes move left to right in a rhythmic movement as she reads her book intently.
…..Her radio chirps, waking her from her thoughts. “Deputy Esmeralda, come in. Over.” Her radio squeaks out.
…..Aviaja rolls her eyes. She was just getting into her book, doesn’t want to stop reading. You can learn everything you will ever need to know from The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying. Learn how to be free even though you’re trapped; trapped in this world, trapped in history, trapped in your own mind.
…..She grabs her radio. “Deputy Esmeralda here. Over.”
The voice on the other end states they can’t find Sheriff Colton. Deputy Aviaja Esmeralda hears the voice call out “code one-eight-seven”. That can’t be, not in Taos!
Soon Deputy Esmeralda’s world has turned upside down. She and Doc. Graham find themselves in the middle of what they assume is the coming apocalypse. Code one-eight-seven!
If you love suspense, action adventure, science fiction crime mysteries, you will love this book. You will never listen the same way to the mundane hum of your appliances, electronics, or vehicle again. Welcome to the ‘Hum Of Taos’ by Andrew Duvall.
Review by Theodocia McLean (Book Marketing Global Network).
Paperback: 233 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (October 5, 2021)
BMGN Global Library: Action and Adventure
BMGN Global Library: Fiction (Crime Mysteries)
BMGN Global Library: Science Fiction (Action Adventure)
About Andrew Duvall: I’m a writer that is based all over the country, moving freely and happily wherever the wind may take me. I’m an avid reader and have just published my first book, Phantom of Flatwoods. Every writer should read and every reader should try to write. I love stories and can’t imagine life without them. If you want to know who tells the best stories, then look no further than the band Iron Maiden. They have given me more inspiration than anyone else. Please keep checking back to my page for new books. I am always writing.
Here are some of my favorite writers:
…Edgar Rice Burroughs
…Arthur C Clark
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