Brae Wyckoff’s Debut Novel, ‘The Embalmer,’ Now Available

We’ve been waiting with baited breath for the release of Brae Wyckoff’s novel, The Embalmers. We just found out that, not only is the book available, but you can get it right on Amazon! We’ve read it already, so we know it’s fantastic. Check out this advanced praise:

“Twisted and nerve-wracking!”- PopHorror.com

“Wild and scary!”- Michael Gregory, actor in Robocop, Total Recall

“This book NEEDS to be a MOVIE!”- Jon Epstein, Hollywood set lighting technician for Men In Black II, The Revenant

“A brutal serial killer mystery!”- Lee Rene, author with Wild Rose Press

“Emotionally charged chiller!”- Peter Laws, author of The Frighteners and the Matt Hunter series

Synopsis for The Embalmer:

When embalmer Freddy Foley’s young daughter was murdered two years ago by The Angel Killer, his life was turned upside down. Now, his estranged wife reaches out to him, and their grief is ignited all over again as the serial killer strikes another young victim. Unraveling fast, Freddy’s millionaire “life of the party” best friend, George Casey, does everything within his power and his finances to keep his friend from self-destruction.

Deranged killer Steven Murdock hears a voice in his head that directs him to “birth angels.” Young and beautiful, these children are brutally murdered and revealed in a sickening display of innocence and human carnage.

Freddy wrestles with questions of life, death, and doing the right thing while fighting the overwhelming desire to use his expert embalming skills to exact vicious revenge.

The true test comes in a surprising supernatural twist of fate when Freddy Foley comes face to face with The Angel Killer. What will he do? And will it involve the tools of his trade? This can’t stop reading horror thriller will have you on the edge of your seat from the blood-spattered beginning to the shocking surprise ending.

WARNING: Rated R for explicit content and language. Read at your own risk.

You can get the Kindle edition for just $3.99

 

Or the paperback for $14.99

 

About Tracy Allen

As the co-owner and Editor-in-Chief of PopHorror.com, Tracy has learned a lot about independent horror films and the people who love them. Now an approved critic for Rotten Tomatoes, she hopes the masses will follow her reviews back to PopHorror and learn more about the creativity and uniqueness of indie horror movies.

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