Blank Slate Press, an imprint of Amphorae Publishing Group, is pleased to announce that The Lazarus Vector written by Erica Obey will be published October 18, 2016. The Lazarus Vector is available for pre-order at retailers and online in paperback for $16.50 and in ebook for $9.99. The Lazarus Vector is a twisting, paranormal fantasy filled with phantom priests, neighborhood thugs, and corrupt officials. Erica Obey has found the perfect mix of mystery and romance, with a touch of the coming-of-age tale. Erica Obey has found the perfect mix of suspense, intimacy, and violence. This story has something for everyone.
The Lazarus Vector begins with the miraculous survival of sixteen-year-old Jonas Crosswell who had been caught in a drug-related shoot-out at a neighborhood church. Professor Clare Malley, a medievalist teaching at a Catholic university in New York City, is asked to discover the truth. What she finds is an unholy conspiracy that only one man, the missing heir to a pharmaceutical fortune, can unravel.
Erica Obey will be promoting The Lazarus Vector at events planned throughout New York city where she lives. Erica is active on social media and posts regularly to her blog (http://www.ericaobey.com/).
About the Author
There are three places you can find Erica when she’s not writing or teaching courses on mystery fiction and Arthurian romance at Fordham University: on a hiking trail, in her garden, or at the back of the pack in her local road race. Her favorite kind of vacation is backpacking across Dartmoor or among the hills of Wales in order to find new and exciting legends to inspire her own writing. After she graduated from Yale University, her interest in folklore and story led her to an MA in creative writing from City College of New York and a PhD. in comparative literature from the City University of New York, where she published articles and a book about female folklorists of the nineteenth century before she decided she’d rather be writing the stories herself. Erica is on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/erica.obey), Twitter (https://twitter.com/EricaObey), GoodReads (http://bit.ly/2991EeY). She posts regularly to her blog (http://www.ericaobey.com/).