Michael Paine, The Colors of Hell (Charter, 1990). Paine had the same problem with The Colors of Hell, which has far more in common with the archaeological thrillers of Katherine Neville (The Eight) or Kate Mosse (Labyrinth) than it does with Stephen King or William Peter Blatty.
Michael Paine, The Colors of Hell (Charter, 1990). Plot: a lawyer, Robert Semnarek, is escorting his clients Charlotte and Steve Alderson (mother and son) on a globe-trotting trip to try and find evidence of the whereabouts, or final resting place, of Charlotte's sister, Clare Markham.
Right away you know that you are in for something unusual in "The Colors Of Hell", a historical horror novel, as the first part of the novel takes place in the year 1958. Hey, my birth year, I always knew I was special.
The second being The Colors of Hell (1990) and the third being his last published work The Mummy: Dark Resurrection (2007). In his first novel, Paine opens with the sadistic murder of a young child, but don't worry, the death, like most of the content of all of Paine's novels is hardly sensationalistic, and it will be important to the novel's storyline.
Michael Ralph Paine (June 25, 1928 – March 1, 2018) was an engineer. He became notable after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, because he was an acquaintance of the President's assassin Lee Harvey Oswald. His wife, Ruth Hyde Paine, housed Lee's estranged wife, Marina Oswald, in her home for several months before the assassination until the day after it.
ISBN 10: 155773349X ISBN 13: 9781557733498. Publisher: Diamond Books, 1990. When her sister disappears while investigating a set of legendary artifacts called "the Glass Apostles," Charlotte Alderson journeys to remote regions of Morocco and finds a group of nuns guarding a horrifying secret.
Richard Hell from the late 1970's period. Heavy texture and multiple glazes really bring out the colors of this painting. Richard Hell was the pioneer in the sound and look later copied by many aspiring punk rock musicians
Richard Hell from the late 1970's period. Richard Hell was the pioneer in the sound and look later copied by many aspiring punk rock musicians. I used loose brush strokes and vivid colors capture the energy of this great band. The painting has a strong impasto technique.
Cosplay & Costume Making. acrylic paint 24 color set by artist's loft™.