MORRISTOWN, N. J. (PRWEB) April 17, 2015
William Brazzel’s debut science fiction novel, “The Seventh Holy Man,” (published by Xlibris) transports readers into a world where Vatican has been overrun and innocent civilians are being murdered by Swiss Guards in St. Peter’s Square.
The lead character, Sean Carrol, is an investigative reporter who bravely undertakes the responsibility of exploring the circumstances surrounding the current upheaval.
Attempting to link the ancient kingdom of Malar to the current events taking place, unforeseen circumstances evolve as several deaths and potential threats to Vatican hierarchy are attributed to the progress of Sean Carrol’s efforts.
“I created this book after exploring information about the church, especially demonic possession,” Brazzel says. “It is such an attractive subject and my Catholic background made my story a natural theme to write about.”
Brazzel promises that “The Seventh Holy Man” will be clearly different from anything science fiction readers have read before.
“The Seventh Holy Man”
By William Brazzel
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 116 pages | ISBN 9781499011791
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 116 pages | ISBN 9781499011814
E-Book | 116 pages | ISBN 9781499011784
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
William Brazzel’s love for science fiction was created the day he watched “The Day the Earth Stood Still” in 1956. Steadfast with his passion, Brazzel has since written a number of op-ed articles and short stories, but his ultimate goal was always to author a science fiction novel. Brazzel currently resides in Morris Plains, N. J. and is actively planning his next novel. For more information, visit scifiauthorbrazzel.com.
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