Tucson. AZ – May 31, 2018 – Wheatmark, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Moodus Noises by Davis L. Temple. This fast-paced, compelling work of fantasy causes you to question modern reality and offers poignant critical commentary on our nation, its history, and the repercussions of what it means to be both an American and a human being.

The violent history of colonialism has plagued the American psyche for centuries. Some ghosts, however, are never laid to rest. When the Pequot Indians, exterminated by the white man in 1637, return to modern-day Connecticut to exact revenge upon the white man and his former allies, the Mohegan Indians, a violent supernatural confrontation erupts.

A beautiful summer’s day in the small village of Moodus is suddenly disrupted when a local man is discovered not only dead, but scalped; two others have been killed by arrows—all with white whales painted on their foreheads. Meanwhile, Sarah Gates and Rob Chapman, precocious teenagers with an eye for mischief, are searching for caves on Cave Mountain when they see something incredulous: a tall Indian carrying a tomahawk and bow and arrow. His face is covered in war paint and his eyes look dead below his Mohawk. Thinking no one will believe them, the youths decide to investigate on their own. But they soon find themselves involved in a war and moral travesty that stretches well beyond the limits of their experience or imagination.

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Moodus Noises, ISBN 9781627875974, was released by Wheatmark, Inc. on April 12, 2018. The book has 268 pages and will be sold as a trade paperback for $13.95

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