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"The Giant Rat of Sumatra"
By Thomas Emmon Pisano
US Correspondent
The Giant Rat of Sumatra

"This is sheer reading entertainment, designed to scare the reading audience while taking them on a magical ride.

Thomas has a unique style, which is hardly found in fiction writing today. He creates a movie in the mind of the reader and his descriptive narratives are truly superb. This is a powerfully moving story about the struggle for life and death."


The fiend walks the decks of the ghost ship as the storm rips the rigging from its hardware, the winds howl and the cries of the captives can be heard below decks. This is a bloody scene, not for the faint of heart or the weak of will. This monster will haunt your dreams and your day light hours as well.

An insane killer jumps ship outside the breakwaters of the northern port in France, his purpose is unclear until he arrives in Paris. It is 1871, the times are dark and foreboding, and a killer lurks in the sewers of the City of Lights killing at will. No one is safe from the killer with the insane red eyes and the ivory white teeth.

Beware, this is not bed stand reading, or maybe it is. Do you like nightmares?

Thanks to his publisher, Publish America LLLP, Thomas Emmon Pisano is able to bring to the world another piece of murder fiction to entertain and frighten his readers. This is his third book in the genera of Mystery Fiction and his first Novella written in the "Black Drama" style. If you are an avid mystery fiction fan, don't miss this, it will disturb you with its many unseen twists and its unpredictable outcome. Publish America had produced for Thomas Emmon Pisano four books including; "NO MURDER TOO SMALL," "BIG CRIMES, SMALL MIRACLES," and "RISING BLOOD RED MOON," all of which may be found through online sources or through major book dealers world wide.


Captains Log; February 12, 1871: The merchant Trader; Majestic Queen; out of Padang, Sumatra. Course now; 3°15'N by 31°22'W, heading North to Le Harve, France. Captain Ramsey reporting:

‘Two days has seen us battered by the worse storm I have ever encountered in my life. The crew is sick with the plague and crazed by some unknown agent. The rigging is severely damaged and to make matters worse, there is an insane killer aboard murdering my crew…'

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Mr. Thomas Emmon Pisano, an electronics-engineer-turned professional writer, serves as US correspondent for The Seoul Times. A New Jersey native he has lived in California. He has started his writing career in 2003 and has authored four books including “No Murder Too Small” and Big Crimes Small Miracles.”






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