When it comes to frightening mystery thrillers, there are a lot of established names on the market, but one you may not have heard of is Russell Solomon. Solomon is an up-and-coming author of the latest thriller, "The Lost Pendulum of Montrose," which has been getting many extremely favorable reviews.
The mystery genre of novels is one that continues to grow, and for good reason - they are exciting and keep the reader hooked to the very end. Russell Solomon's latest novel does very much the same thing. Set in a small town in New Hampshire, the book takes the reader on a scary ride through graves, ancient relics and the cryptic signs of occult societies. This is the kind of read that you just can't put down.
Russell Solomon has long been writing short stories, but it is his latest novel that has garnered him the most attention. A California native, many people know him for his other works and also for his work as an accomplished journalist. But by craftily combining his journalistic experience with his love of paleontology, he has been able to create some amazing work that will hook you from the very beginning.
When asked to describe "The Lost Pendulum of Montrose," Solomon was quick to point out that a great deal of paleontological research went into his novel, making this a book that is based in fact with a little bit of a fictional spin. The story revolves around a paleontologist and a cultural anthropology teacher who team up after discovering some frightening remains. What happens after that is up to you to find out.
Solomon is married and the father of two children and is very active in the Southern California Paleontological Society. He is currently working on a second novel which should be published early next year.
Russell Solomon's latest novel does very much the same thing. Russell A. Solomon has long been writing short stories, but it is his latest novel that has garnered him the most attention.