Indie book Deadly Vows gained notoriety in 2006 with its initial release and is now gaining new followers with the launch of its Kindle edition via Amazon.com.
South Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/18/2015 -- After a successful run in paperback, Robert Marsh s top rated book, Deadly Vows, is now a vailable via Kindle, through Amazon.com
A harrowing journey through the adult psyche, Deadly Vows takes readers through the twists and turns of the author s mind.
In this set of shocking stories, Mr. Marsh carries readers through the heartbreak, pain, and disillusionment of human spirit. Seeking to expose the inner demons that many face, the author uses a straightforward, conversational style to draw people in and keep them riveted to the edge of their seats.
Developed as a book within a book, Deadly Vows is a powerful and thought-provoking read that offers readers the opportunity to see the evil that people avoid daily. As the best books do, Deadly Vows leaves readers wanting more, and seeking to answer questions that they didn't even know they had.
This is a gripping story that kept me reading for a long time. The author certainly has a great way of connecting with emotions, as this book had some very powerful feelings in it that will affect you throughout the day. The writing really pulls you in, and the story telling is very unique and inventive. Overall, I definitely recommend this book. You'll enjoy this read!
Rave reviews like the one above are growing, as more and more people download the Kindle edition of this fantastic read. To find out more about Deadly Vows, or to purchase your own copy, visit: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005QAKV3K/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_mOKCvb0EJZ9ZE.
About Robert Marsh
Born and raised by his grandparents in Brooklyn, NY, Robert Marsh has always had a passion for writing. Robert Marsh has stated, "My reason for writing for writing is to express my most deepest thoughts about life and what people fear not to think about." Robert Marsh's books are Dark adult books that touch deep into the souls and hearts of people.
Author - Robert Marsh