DWELLING

Even the dead have not seen the end of war

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5 star reviews rain down on ‘Dwelling’…

“This start of the series Subdue is a thrilling, scary, Mystery that you don’t want to miss. I RECOMMEND!

Scary as hell, written with a sure and solid hand, buy this book, thank me later, you are welcome.”

“A horror story that has epic written all over it. From emotionally draining scenes of war and post war to surreal scenes of ghosts to super creepy scenes of evil trying to escape its lair. This story has it all. Superb.”

“The characterisation is utterly brilliant. Each character is seamlessly created and they spring from the pages easily and with force.”

“This was an enthralling read that will suck you in from the first page. The book is well paced and I was barely able to put it down. There’s not a lot that this book does not have, War, Historical Fiction, Suspense, and a colorful flair for WTF?!

“I can only describe this book as dark, twisted and intriguing. I love how the author has mixed horror with true events.”

Dwelling is another great book from Flowers with an ending that urges you to move right on and pick up Subdue book 2.”

Before you get to book 2, what’s ‘Dwelling’ about…

A group of inseparable childhood friends are now adults, physically and psychologically devastated by war

A horrifying creature emerges from a sandstorm just before Ricky Smith dies in battle. Forced to leave base housing, his widow Maggie buys a home on Oak Lee Road in the town of Jotham. Maggie is isolated in the historic house…and disconcerted by strange clicking sounds inside the walls.

Jonathan Steele attempts to drink the painful past away…

Jonathan was wounded in that fateful battle and now suffers from PTSD. He wants to put the nightmare behind him, but when Ricky’s ghost appears with cryptic warnings about Maggie’s house, he begins to question his sanity.

Bobby Weeks is a homeless veteran struggling with a lycanthropic curse

Afraid of bringing harm, Bobby stays far away from those he loves. But after a full moon, a mysterious woman approaches him and reveals a vision about a house with a sinister presence, and he realizes staying away might no longer be an option.

Minister Jake Williams lost his faith on the battlefield

While Jake will do anything to reconnect with God, he turns to vices to fill the religious void. But a church elder urges him to take a sabbatical, and a ghost tells him to quit the ministry, and his life is more out of control than ever.

When Maggie wakes in a strange subterranean cavern, she can’t deny her home harbors dark secrets. Desperate, she sends letters to her old friends to reunite in Jotham, and events conspire to draw them all to the house…unaware of the danger awaiting them.

The friends have already been through hell, but can any of them survive the evil dwelling beneath the House on Oak Lee?

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Write your own 5 star review after getting your copy at:

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And then get ready for book 2

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About Author Thomas S. Flowers

Thomas S. Flowers is the published author of several character driven stories of dark fiction. He resides in Houston, Texas, with his wife and daughter. He is published with The Sinister Horror Company’s horror anthology The Black Room Manuscripts. His debut novel, Reinheit, is published with Shadow Work Publishing, along with The Incredible Zilch Von Whitstein and Apocalypse Meow. His military/paranormal thriller series, The Subdue Series, both Dwelling and Emerging and Conceiving (coming soon), are published with Limitless Publishing, LLC. In 2008, he was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army where he served for seven years, with three tours serving in Operation Iraqi Freedom. In 2014, Thomas graduated from University of Houston Clear Lake with a BA in History. He blogs at machinemean[dot]org, where he does author interviews and reviews on a wide range of strange yet oddly related topics. You can keep up with Thomas and all his strange books by joining his author newsletter, at http://goo.gl/2CozdE.

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