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Synopsis: When a trio of teenagers discover a body washed up on the beach after a storm, it's one of the most exciting things ever to happen on the island of Shorepoint. And as the man in question slowly recovers, he befriends the inhabitants of this small fishing community one by one, apparently bringing prosperity with him. But soon the tide turns and the blessing becomes a curse for Shorepoint. Only Daniel Routh suspects the source of the island's woes, but little does he realize that he's now involved in one of the most ancient conflicts of all time, one that might decide the fate not only of Shorepoint, but of the world.
 
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The Rainbow Man By: P.B. Kane Book Synopsis When a trio of teenagers discover a body washed up on the beach after a storm, it’s one of the most exciting things ever to happen on the island of Shorepoint. And as the man in question slowly recovers, he befriends the inhabitants of this small fishing […]

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The Rainbow Man

By: P.B. Kane

Book Synopsis

“A romping good adventure with plenty of eerie twists and turns.” (Steve Feasey – NYT-bestselling author of the Changeling/Wereling series of books)

When a trio of teenagers discover a body washed up on the beach after a storm, it’s one of the most exciting things ever to happen on the island of Shorepoint. And as the man in question slowly recovers, he befriends the inhabitants of this small fishing community one by one, apparently bringing prosperity with him. But soon the tide turns and the blessing becomes a curse for Shorepoint. Only Daniel Routh suspects the source of the island’s woes, but little does he realize that he’s now involved in one of the most ancient conflicts of all time, one that might decide the fate not only of Shorepoint, but of the world.

About the Author

P.B. Kane (Paul Kane) is an award-winning writer and editor based in Derbyshire, UK . His short story collections are Alone (In the Dark), Touching the Flame, FunnyBones, Peripheral Visions, Shadow Writer and The Adventures of Dalton Quayle, and his latest, out from the award-winning PS Publishing, The Butterfly Man and Other Stories. His novellas include Signs of Life, The Lazarus Condition, RED and Pain Cages. He is author of the novels Of Darkness and Light, The Gemini Factor and the bestselling Arrowhead trilogy (Arrowhead, Broken Arrow, and Arrowland), a post-apocalyptic reworking of the Robin Hood myth. His new novel, Lunar, introduced by Ramsey Campbell, is set to be turned into a feature film. He has also written for comics, most notably for the Dead Roots zombie anthology alongside writers such as James Moran (Torchwood, Cockneys vs. Zombies) and Jason Arnopp (Dr WhoFriday The 13th). He is co-editor of the anthology Hellbound Hearts (Simon & Schuster) – stories based around the Clive Barker mythology that spawned Hellraiser The Mammoth Book of Body Horror (Constable & Robinson/Running Press), featuring the likes of Stephen King and James Herbert, A Carnivàle of Horror (PS) featuring Ray Bradbury and Joe Hill, and the forthcoming Beyond Rue Morgue from Titan.

“Emotionally charged! Gripping! Once started, it cannot easily be put down.” (Starburst Magazine)

His non-fiction books are the BFS Award-nominated and critically acclaimed The Hellraiser Films and Their Legacy and Voices in the Dark, and his genre journalism has appeared in the likes of SFX, Rue Morgue, Fangoria, Dreamwatch, and DeathRay. He has been a Guest at Alt.Fiction five times, was a Guest at the first SFX Weekender, at the comic convention Thought Bubble in 2011, plus The Derbyshire Literary Festival, Edge-Lit and Off the Shelf in 2012, as well as being a panelist at FantasyCon and the World Fantasy Convention. His work has been optioned for film and television, and his zombie story ‘Dead Time’ was turned into an episode of the Lionsgate/NBC TV series Fear Itself, adapted by Steve Niles (30 Days of Night) and directed by Darren Lynn Bousman (SAW II-IV). He also scripted The Opportunity, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival,Wind Chimes (directed by Brad ‘7th Dimension’ Watson) and The Weeping Woman – filmed by award-winning director Mark Steensland and starring Tony-nominated actor Stephen Geoffreys (Fright Night). You can find out more at his website,  which has featured guest writers such as Neil Gaiman, Charlaine Harris, John Connolly, Robert Kirkman, Dean Koontz, and Guillermo del Toro.

Learn more about the author on his site, www.shadow-writer.co.uk.

Buy it on Amazon. Or add it to your reading list on Goodreads.

From the Press

“Something fiendish this way comes. The Rainbow Man is a creeper that winds its black tendrils around you…and squeezes. Expect to be turning pages behind the couch…by flashlight. I couldn’t put it down until the sun came up!” (Nancy Holder, NYT-bestselling author of The Wolf Springs Chronicles: Unleashed, Hot Blooded, and Savage, plus Buffy the Vampire Slayer novels including Immortal and The Book of Fours)

“I loved this story, pure and simple. You’ll never look at that pretty, pretty rainbow the same way again.” (Rachel Caine – NYT, USA Today and #1 internationally bestselling author of more than 30 novels including  the popular Morganville Vampires series)

“Kane finds the everyday horrors buried within us, rips them out and serves them up in these deliciously dark tales.” (Kelley Armstrong – #1 NYT Bestselling author of the Otherworld, Darkest Powers, and Darkness Rising novels)

“A young writer with a lot to say and a burning need to say it. I’m impressed by the range of his imagination.” (Peter Straub – Bestselling author of Ghost Story, A Dark Matter, and The Talisman, with Stephen King)


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