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"The Wines of October" is an absorbing book and the author has a wonderful gift for narrative.
Ralph Ferraro, author of "Child of Wonder" and "Quest."
[Dominic Perenzin's] writing is clear and picturesque.
Josh Furman, Rivercross Publishing
The author's work "The Wink" was the recipient of a 2004 special award from the Florida Freelance Writers Association
The author's writings have been honored by the Florida Freelance Writers Association and by Writer's Digest
"Shadows of a Time Past"
Hours later, when the embers of the fire had died out, a few spectators converged on the blackened remains of Father Grandier, and, burning their fingers in the process, poked around the dust hunting for the charred remains of teeth, fragments of skull and ribs to be used as amulets against future evils. (France, August 18, 1634)
A late night infomercial from the U.S. offered a CD said to contain the voice of Satan himself recorded during Catholic, Islamic and Protestant Evangelical exorcisms. The CD was not for everyone, for the voice was so evil and macabre that people had been know to faint upon hearing it. Listeners were asked to dial 800-DEMONIC and have their credit cards ready. Price $29.95 for each CD and $9.95 for each cassette. (United States August 18, 2000)