by Vincent H. O'Neil, Henry V. O'Neil

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Book Two of the Interlands series takes up right where INTERLANDS left off:

Historian Angela Morse is trying to keep a secret. At the end of the book INTERLANDS, she'd spent months searching the forests near Providence for a lost stone obelisk once worshiped by a colonial-era cult that perished at its feet. When she found the monument, Angie realized it contained a malevolent spirit and decided to never reveal its existence. Unfortunately, the supernatural entities awakened by her quest have other ideas ...

Praise for INTERLANDS:

Strong Lovecraftian themes are present throughout the story, most notably cosmicism, and in the end, a few unanswered questions. Lovecraft fans won't be disappointed. I found the book to be so engaging that I stopped everything and read it from start to finish in one day.

-- S.A. Nappa in "Speculative Fiction Reviews"

Product Details

BN ID: 2940150887398
Publisher: FNG Press
Publication date: 08/13/2015
Series: Interlands , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 212
Sales rank: 701,337
File size: 206 KB

About the Author

Vincent H. O’Neil brings a wealth of life experience to his writing. He has served as a US Army officer, provided consulting services to a software development firm, managed risk in a major corporation, created marketing campaigns, and worked as an apprentice librarian.

A native of Massachusetts, he holds a Bachelor's degree from West Point and a Master's degree in International Affairs from The Fletcher School. After writing in his spare time for many years, he won the St. Martin’s Press "Malice Domestic" Writing Competition in 2005.

His award-winning debut novel, Murder in Exile, was the first book in a mystery series featuring the background-checker Frank Cole. It was followed by Reduced Circumstances (2007) Exile Trust (2008)and Contest of Wills, which was released in 2010.

He has also written the theater-themed mystery Death Troupe and two horror novels in his Interlands series, entitled Interlands and Denizens.

Writing under the name Henry V. O'Neil, he has also released several military science fiction novels with Harper Voyager. His Sim War series currently consists of Glory Main, Orphan Brigade, Dire Steps, and CHOP Line.

All of his books are available in Kindle and Nook ebook versions, and many of them are also available in paperback. Please visit his website at

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