The Red Veil
About the Book
A beautiful, young bride is murdered at her wedding reception. The next day, one of the wedding guests makes a terrified call to her boyfriend, Neil. She claims to have seen a shadow wearing the blood-covered bridal veil found at the murder scene. Then, the girl disappears. There are many suspects in these two tragedies. Maybe it was Peter, the groom with the wandering eye. Perhaps it was Michelle, the Maid of Honor who seems a bit too fond of Peter. Maybe Neil found out his girlfriend’s secret. Perhaps it was the angry psychiatrist, his wife or her new lover. Most people think it might be Dylan. He’s the creepy office worker with a few unnatural, disturbing tastes of his own!
The police must work their way through a growing number of shady suspects as rumors fly and tempers flare. But when more veil sightings and deaths occur, everyone must consider the possibility that nobody wants to face. Perhaps the bride has come back from the dead to take revenge on those who have wronged her!
About the Author
Donald Gorman was born on September 25, 1961 in Albany, NY. He grew up in the nearby small town of East Greenbush, where he graduated from high school in 1979. He has attended a few local colleges, although he has never earned a degree. His extensive travels in the northeast also include Montreal, Chicago and Milwaukee. He currently resides in upstate NY and works for The State in Albany. His love for the horror genre began while reading Stephen King novels and watching slasher movies in the 70s and 80s. His first five novels: "The Brick Mirror", "The Waters of Satan's Creek", "Macabre Astrology", "A Grave in Autumn" and "Deliciously Evil: A Cookbook for Killers" are all great examples of his work as well.