Alan Glass is an aspiring young attorney. He faces the unenviable task of defending a man named Jason Chavelle. Jason was a member of a once famous '80s Heavy Metal band called Werewolf Mermaid. Because of his questionable past, he is now a major suspect in the brutal murder of his ex-wife. Despite the perfect alibi, Glass understands why the police are watching his client....especially when mysterious events and deaths continue to surround him. Still, he does his best to represent the aging rock star, even when things turn dangerous! To make matters worse, everything seems to revolve around the release of Chavelle's new celebrity cookbook. Nobody believes his claims that an evil spirit is responsible for the killings. However, he maintains his innocence while pressing on with his latest business venture. After all, what could be more harmless than publishing a cookbook?
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Donald Gorman was born in Albany, New York on September 25, 1961. He grew up in the nearby town of East Greenbush. A nearly fatal disease during infancy left the right side of his body partially paralyzed. He graduated from Columbia High School in 1979 and attended a few colleges shortly thereafter. He now works for The State and resides in upstate NY. His hobbies include music and writing. He plays the piano (left-handed, of course), and enjoys writing and reading. His love of the horror genre started while watching movies in the seventies. His first four horror novels: "The Brick Mirror", "The Waters of Satan's Creek", "Macabre Astrology" and "A Grave in Autumn" are all great examples of his work. And, I'm sure he plans to keep writing.
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