(PRWEB) October 16, 2017
Mark Maronde, a writer since 1979, has completed his new book “The Solstice Nightmare”: a revealing story that is part of the Nightmares book series about Marc, someone who has worked for a government agency until he becomes a renegade because of an evil general named Estis who is responsible for the violence in a war-torn province.
Maronde connects the events that transpired to explain the protagonist’s identity and what has forced him to escape La Villa Pacifica village: “A few of us were basically renegades, unable to be managed. I became disillusioned with ‘the mission,’ as they might say. Anyhow, I intended to hang out in clubs and drink a bit excessively, more often than not. I confided my disdain of the agency to an old dear friend, Peaches, who’d worked her way through college as an exotic dancer and, upon earning her degree in business management, teamed up with a rumored gangster, Boss Antonio, to start a successful chain of gentlemen’s clubs. Peaches advised me on numerous occasions to resign from the agency. Not that simple. Always another mission. It came to a screeching halt when I was in a tropic war-torn province, gathering intelligence on a nasty general named Estis.”
Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Mark Maronde’s action-packed book mostly dwells in the price that has to be paid and the secrets that have to be kept just to make a community safe and sound. Any form of relationships in the story are used to either fulfill a mission or cause chaos.
Readers who wish to experience this exciting work can purchase “The Solstice Nightmare” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, Kobo or Barnes and Noble.
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