"The Curse of Mesphisto's Seed," a new novel by William P. Haynes former contributer to "The Kerouac Connection" in England and "Blue Beat Press" in Japan.

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This is the authors first full length work since the 1987 release of "Fated Visions" with Joyce Carbone.

Dante’s "Inferno" is the showcased setting for an exciting new book from William P. Haynes that reviewers are calling an engrossing and vivid haunting story. Author Nancy Jackson calls Mr. Haynes an author to keep your eye on. Louise Bohmer states, “This intense tale will remain with you long after the lights are out.”

The Curse of Mesphisto’s Seed is the eternal struggle between the forces of good and evil for a person’s soul. Using surreal poetic imagery and a darkly gothic atmosphere the story takes the reader into new and uncharted levels of imagination where devils rule barren wastelands and a fallen angel plots the final days of the apocalypse.

The cover painting is by Bosch and depicts the temptation of Saint Anthony by the devil. This tale is about redemption and survival in a war being fought by a few for the good of the many.

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