Bank Square Books presents an open house book signing with local author Kenneth Passan (Web of the Atrax). This event is free and open to the public.
About the Book
The east coast of Australia is terrorized by a deadly infestation. The Sydney Funnel Web spider, one of the deadliest spiders in the world has become bolder, more aggressive and more dangerous. Something has also caused its numbers to increase exponentially defying scientific explanation. A group of scientists race against time as the body count rises, to not only stop the deadly swarm but to discover the mysterious origin of this terrifying invasion.
About the Author
I have been a writer since 2003, although my full time job was nursing as an RN. Before earning my master's degree in forensic science, my writing began for Forensic Nurse magazine. I had several articles published. Later, when the magazine folded, I combined much of those articles and with months of additional information and much editing, I made those into my first book; a nonfiction called Forensics and the Violent Criminal Mind. My second book, which would be my final nonfiction, is Monsters Among Us: Man's Inhumanity to Man. Later I got into writing thriller novels which includes the paranormal horror, crime stories, and any other stories I could come up with that are exciting and would make the reader anxious to keep reading and reading. As a former avid reader myself, I have been there and love books to read that I hate to put down.
Those are my current details. My past includes: Being in the US Coast Guard for 14 years and serving in Vietnam, working at the FBI in Washington DC as a fingerprint examiner, later a deputy sheriff and correctional officer in Maryland and then a CO in CT. In 1990, I entered the nursing field as a registered nurse, served in numerous specialties-mostly psychiatric and then forensic nursing. I am now retired, working part time only voluntarily, and use much of my free time to write and promote my books. I have considerable public speaking experience and teaching experience in addition to the above.
The east coast of Australia is terrorized by a deadly infestation. The Sydney Funnel Web spider, one of the deadliest spiders in the world has become bolder, more aggressive and more dangerous. Something has also caused its numbers to increase exponentially defying scientific explanation.