Saturday, July 13, 2013

This Just In… Call Me Ismay by Sean McDevitt

The year is 1912. A London newspaper reporter makes a horrifying discovery involving a member of the House of Commons.

It seems that Edward Lyons is no casual participant in the popular seances and occult practices of the day. His involvement is said to run far deeper. Indeed, as the reporter gradually uncovers, Lyons is in fact a vicious, bloodthirsty vampire.

Sensing that fate is conspiring against him, Lyons decides it’s time to head for America. His means of escape is by traveling on what -- to him -- is just another ship. However, he makes a rather unfortunate choice: the ship he’s sailing on is the brand-new Titanic

Meanwhile, Titanic’s owner -- J. Bruce Ismay --  is a pampered, blessed “man about town.” As he prepares to sail aboard Titanic, he cannot possibly know it will be the ship’s one and only voyage. He will be hopelessly stuck in the middle of a collision with destiny that doesn’t involve just a ship and an iceberg.

You can order Call Me Ismay here. Read more about author Sean McDevitt here. ◊

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