Harvey by Phil Rossi

Television singing sensation Calvin Hubbard has been caught with his hand in cookie jar. An illicit affair with a contest judge costs him not only the competition crown, but his musical credibility as well. Fleeing the media fallout, Calvin exiles himself to the backwoods town of Harvey, Virginia. With a little solitude and a lot of cheap beer, he plans to write the next great rock and roll album and resurrect his career. But Calvin doesn’t know that a man has just been buried alive in the woods outside of town, and that this quiet murder is just the first in a string of macabre events. As the town goes silently mad around him, Calvin is unable to abandon the record of his dreams. Drunk on inspiration and blinded by an inexplicable lust, he careens headlong into the maelstrom, only to discover that he may be the town’s only salvation. Something is alive in the trees—an ageless, nameless evil—and it’s coming for everyone in Harvey. Now Calvin has to decide whether to run or to stay and fight… if it isn’t already too late.
“…sexy and full of scares. Harvey is dark, well-crafted, and downright menacing.” -Philippa Ballantine, award-winning author of Chasing the Bard
Phil Rossi breaks new ground with Harvey–visit http://www.harveythenovel.com for the Harvey Sessions–the very album that Calvin Hubbard is composing and recording at the Little Rock Motel. Listen as the record’s tracks take form and evolve from idea, to demo, to fully arranged song as impacted by the events in the novel.

TruckRich Says: Like Phil Rossi other novel Crescent,  Harvey is a very well written and preformed story. Be prepared to be scared… This podiobook is complete and ready for you to download now.

Recommended for mature audiences only. Not for the faint of heart…

Find it here: Podiobooks on iTunes. Find out more from Phil Rossi: http://www.crescentstation.net/

 My other reviews of Phil’s work: Crescent and Eden

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