The Spirit Phone
While mountain climbing in the Himalayas, Aleister Crowley experienced a psychic attack. In an attempt to escape, Crowley teleported himself to the home of the inventor, Nikola Tesla. Realizing this ambush is the result of new technology, Crowley convinces Tesla to help him investigate. The new technology in question is Thomas Edison’s latest invention, The Spirit Phone. This new device that allows people to speak with the dead is the center of much mystery and mayhem. Crowley and Tesla are in a race against time to stop the evil on the other side of those phones.
The Spirit Phone is the debut novel of Arthur Shattuck O’Keefe. The end of the nineteenth century was an exciting time, and this historical fiction utilizes many personalities and discoveries of the time. Much as is known about Crowley and Tesla, and O’Keefe gets their mannerisms and attitudes right. The unlikely but exciting investigative duo are the perfect pair to involve in this who-done-it horror. O’Keefe’s novel is a historical look at the invention of the time. Filled with twists and turns, this thriller finds itself at the intersection of the scientific and the arcane. For those who dare, answer the call from The Spirit Phone.
|Author||Arthur Shattuck O'Keefe|
|Page Count||300 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|