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    Erin Samiloglu

Disconnection

by: Erin Samiloglu

There is a serial killer on the loose in New Orleans. Someone is branding, stabbing and strangling young girls. Their mutilated bodies are being found in the depths of the Mississippi River.

Beleaguered Detective Lewis Kline and his colleagues believe the occult may be involved, but they have no leads. And the killer shows no sign of slowing down.

Then Sela, a troubled young woman, finds a stranger’s cell phone in a dark Bourbon Street bar. When it rings, she answers it. On the other end is Chloe Applegate. The serial killer’s most recent victim.

So begins Sela’s journey into a nightmare from which she cannot awaken, a descent into madness out of which she cannot climb… as she finds herself the target of an almost incomprehensible evil.

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Erin Samiloglu was born on a steamy morning in Jackson, Mississippi, during the summer solstice. She attended school in Australia, where she received a degree in Media Arts. She now resides in central Texas, where her favorite pastime is listening to live music, feeding the homeless, and keeping the world safe for democracy.
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Overview

There is a serial killer on the loose in New Orleans. Someone is branding, stabbing and strangling young girls. Their mutilated bodies are being found in the depths of the Mississippi River.

Beleaguered Detective Lewis Kline and his colleagues believe the occult may be involved, but they have no leads. And the killer shows no sign of slowing down.

Then Sela, a troubled young woman, finds a stranger’s cell phone in a dark Bourbon Street bar. When it rings, she answers it. On the other end is Chloe Applegate. The serial killer’s most recent victim.

So begins Sela’s journey into a nightmare from which she cannot awaken, a descent into madness out of which she cannot climb… as she finds herself the target of an almost incomprehensible evil.

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Publisher: Medallion Press Inc.
Publish Date: 2005
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"Fans who enjoy their horror seasoned with generous amounts of religious symbolism and zealotry — Bram Stoker's Dracula, Stephen King's Carrie, etc. — should give Samiloglu's Disconnection a try." ~ Bn.com/Explorations