Murder haunts The Haven, celebrity James Canning's home since he lost touch with Reality TV. What's his "shrink" to do? Assign writing therapy, of course. But when the good doc reads Canning's memoir, Hyperlink from Hell, he checks into his own padded suite and Canning disappears. To save the doc from madness, The Haven's new director must analyze the hell out of Hyperlink from Hell. Is Canning's tale of kidnapping, murder, time travel and wardrobe malfunction fact or fiction, deceit or delusion? Can she solve the murders, save her boss and find Canning? Or will she need a padded suite of her own?
"Hyperlink from Hell: A Couch Potato's Guide to the Afterlife" isn't just the latest of the funny vampire books. It's the great American mystery... in hyperdrive.
Lindy Moone comes from a short line of mental health professionals and now lives far, far away from them: someplace warm and sometimes rainy, near the sea, where she can play with her pencils as much as she likes. She is married, to “The Great Fisherman Boo.” Lindy likes dogs, cats, TV and thunderstorms—but not at the same time, because it hurts. Some say she is a pathological liar. She denies this. Lindy is, however, a pathological blogger, at Belly-Up! (lindymoone.wordpress.com), and can be contacted via Twitter (@LindyMoone), on her facebook page (Lindy Moone, author), and through her in(s)ane website, Literary Subversions (lindymoone.com). It’s a veritable loony bin of wordplay, silly pictures, trivia about the book, and more. Please stop by, especially if you know an easy way to get cats to take worm medicine.