Book Of The Day – The Man With The Blue Hat

by Greg on May 28, 2013

Today’s Book of the Day is a highly rated Horror novel by Wendy Potocki. The Man With The Blue Hat has an excellent 4.5 star rating and is only $2.99!

“Ms. Potocki certainly knows how to weave a tale. The story kept me turning pages anticipating how the author would tie it all together. I am already adding Ms. Potocki’s next book to my tumbler list.” Douglas W. – Amazon Reviewer



The Man With The Blue Hat
by Wendy Potocki
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Genre: Horror
Price: $2.99

 

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Beth’s life is perfect, but then Beth has constructed it to be that way. She never steps outside the boundaries and never colors outside the lines, but something happens to crumble it all away. Something in the middle of the night – something no one can remember. Something that brings on a spate of insomnia that affects the entire community.

When Sadie, the town drunk, accuses Beth of being the cause, Beth reacts in shock and fervent denial, but Sadie is insistent. She’s certain that an evil Beth committed is the cause of bringing ruin and calamity to their fair city. Beth knows it’s all untrue, but as the sleepless nights continue, the paranoia grows. Soon a chorus of voices are added to Sadie’s – even her best friend’s.

Beth fights against the tide rising against her, but her adamant defense begins to falter when a strange man knocks on her door. He delivers an ominous message to her daughter, Kirsten. It strikes at the heart of the mystery as to what is happening in Breckenridge, and portends a horrific fate that awaits them all.

The Man with the Blue Hat is classic horror. It’s a chilling, page-turner … a bedtime story designed to evoke nightmares. It’s scary good.

Here’s what the reviewers have to say:

The Man With the Blue Hat is definitely a book worth reading, but don’t take my word for it. Get it and see for yourself. Just make sure it’s not unnaturally cold in the house when you do!

*******

The emotion of horror rendered here is florid and gruesome at the same time and is reminiscent of “Interview with a Vampire” (in style, not content). It’s like bloody perfume – and that’s not a bad thing!

*******

The tension is tuned high in this wonderful tale and I feel that horror and suspense readers will enjoy this story. Get it folks. You will enjoy it if you like being scared to death.

*******

Wow! It was a full, wrap around sensory overload; taste, smell, feel, the whole gambit. She had a way to weave into my head a very ugly, nasty character, bringing back memories of early Stephen King and Dean Koontz. Thanks, Wendy Potocki, for this great read.

*******

Let me just say that I do not get scared; I have always been the brave one. However, reading this book at night in the dark made my skin crawl with goose bumps and the back of my neck burn as if something bad were to happen. Way to go Wendy for writing such great, heated emotion for these characters.

Get The Man With The Blue Hat here: The Man With The Blue Hat

About The Author


Wendy Potocki lives and writes in NYC. If that isn’t scary enough, she writes in the genre of horror. She feels creating good horror is an art form. She religiously devotes herself to pursuing it over hill and dale — and in the crevices of her keyboard.

Named one of the Top Ten “New” Horror Authors by Horror Novel Reviews, she has six self-published novels: The White Lady Murders, The Horns of September, The Man with the Blue Hat, Adduné: Part I. The Vampire’s Game, Adduné: Part II. The House of Cards, and Black Adagio. Book trailers for many of her works may be found on her official website http://www.wendypotocki.com/. Her next planned projects are Thrill, The Witch’s Stone, The Virgin, and ZaSo, a Gothic tale of horror. Please subscribe to her mailing list for updates and giveaway information.

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In her spare time, she loves to go for long walks, drink Starbucks Apple Chai Lattes, make devotional offerings to her cat named Persephone and be stilled by the grace, beauty and magic of ballet.

Thank you for considering today’s Book Of The Day – Wendy Potocki and ENT appreciate it.

 

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