Brian D Holland is the author of several published
short stories and the novel "The Three Doors." He writes
mostly in the horror genre, but he also delves in sci-fi,
fantasy, satire, and general fiction. This site is dedicated
to his fiction writing, the fiction of others, and to all of
his literary interests. Brian is also a freelance music
Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org (or at the form
below) for all inquiries.
Helm is transported out-of-body to mystifying destinations. One
evening, his imperceptible spirit embarks on a journey to an
amazing castle bordering the ocean. Though the importance of the
venture eludes him at first, he eventually learns that the
castle is the stomping ground of a murderous sect abducting
people for ritual sacrifice. Jared and some trustworthy friends
and colleagues delve further into the inner workings of the
group. However, meddling proves perilous when the young woman he
loves becomes targeted.
offshoot of the English and Irish Hellfire Clubs of old, the
evil cult's castle is located on the seacoast of lower Maine.
The group's fanatical Master, whose lineage reaches back to
royalty and to rapscallion leaders of old, stops at nothing in
his quest to please Satan. And although the previous clubs were
known for wild and toxic behavior, this one takes those traits
to malevolent heights. It's all about power, greed, devil
worship, sexual perversion, drugs, and murder.
"The Three Doors" sends readers on a paranormal rollercoaster of
horror and thrills, into the astral plane of existence that's
invisible to most yet entered frequently by those who dare. But
beware: it's not for young minds, the thin-skinned, or the
vulnerable. Though trouble hits home quickly, the story moves
deeper into sinister territory when the New England seasonal
change enters the autumnal equinox on the approach to Samhain.
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