James Swick’s New Book “Feeding the Silence” is a Dark and Sinister Story of a Successful Young Man Who Discovers Terrible Secrets Hiding in an Ancestral Home.

Press Release updated: Oct 27, 2017 03:00 EDT

James Swick, a self-proclaimed low-budget film aficionado who holds a fondness for celebrating mediocrity and embracing imperfect things, has completed his most recent book “Feeding The Silence”:  a gripping thriller set in a house that holds dark secrets from the WWII as a young man looks to escape a busy psychiatric practice in Brooklyn.

James strives to find the beauty in life.  He says, “My philosophy is based around genuine kindness and tolerance for all people, and this is reflected in my writing as I seek to find the redeeming quality in all characters, especially the imperfect ones.”

Published by Fulton Books, James Swick’s book begins with lightning gathering over the peaks of the Hosser mansion nestled in the quiet countryside of the Grunwald Forest.

Enter the new owner, Trevor, a successful yet tormented psychiatrist from Brooklyn. The home has waited quietly for his return for decades but is now ready to reveal the secrets of his family’s tragic past during the dark days of Nazi Germany.

Readers who wish to experience this dark and intriguing work can purchase “Feeding The Silence” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

Please direct all media inquiries to Gregory Reeves via email at [email protected] or via telephone at 877-210-0816.

Source: Fulton Books

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