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Book Title: Subculture|
The author of the book: Charles Anthony Vilina
Edition: Charles Anthony Vilina
Date of issue: January 21st 2012
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One boy is dead. Another is missing. And a Kentucky town lives in fear.
Enter the world of Subculture, a new thriller that blurs the lines between literary fiction and pure genre fiction entertainment. Novelist Charles Anthony Vilina has woven a character-driven tale of murder and suspicion that has readers talking both nationally and abroad.
A Kentucky community finds itself in shock and disbelief over the disappearance of two high school boys on a dark December night. Two months later, one boy's body is unearthed on the farm of a reclusive and enigmatic girl, a foreigner of Asian descent. Her arrest and subsequent trial for murder forces this community, and the reader, to appraise their personal beliefs in the face of their deepest fears.
For readers looking for a riveting murder mystery, Subculture won't disappoint. For those willing to read between the lines, this new novel dares to examine society's best and worst attributes in the face of fear.
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Read information about the authorI'm a writer by trade in all its forms. Fiction is my passion, and I've completed three novels and three feature-length screenplays at this point in my life. My most recent novel, Subculture, is a blend of literary fiction and suspense, focusing on the issue of social and religious intolerance. It's now available on Amazon Kindle. I also write educational materials with my talented wife and co-author, Kathleen Kampa.
I am passionate about literary fiction because I love stories that are fueled and ignited by characters. Many of the novels on my bookshelf seem to come from the early to mid 20th century -- Hemingway, Lawrence, and Fitzgerald. My favorite novel is Of Human Bondage by W. Somerset Maugham, which explores the restraints upon human freedom better than any novel I've ever read. I realize that the reading tastes of the public continue to evolve, but believe that nothing is more important than powerful characters. I hope my own writing continues to express that belief.
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