NEW YORK, July 16, 2021 (Newswire.com) - Fulton Books author Erin Mullahy, bookworm and lover of all things paranormal and supernatural, has completed her most recent book "Put It to Rest": an extraordinary story that draws humble deference towards Native American mythology. This novel traces the reclusive life of a woman named Helen whose existence holds an important role in the battle against a centuries' old water monster, Uncegila.
Erin writes, "Helen's hermit-like existence in small-town Ramsey, North Dakota, is about to change quickly. When Uncegila, the water monster of Lakota mythology, awakens and wreaks havoc all over town, Helen learns that not only does she have a personal connection with the beast but that it's also the reason why she must be the one to put it to rest. If she fails, Helen stands to lose the chance at a new life full of personal connection and joy, and Uncegila will continue its relentless trail of death and destruction, laying waste to everything and everyone in its path, including Helen.
"Put It to Rest is a fast-paced, page-turning tale of magical realism. It also possesses unexpected elements that will satisfy readers of horror, suspense, fantasy, and Native American mythology. The reader is exposed to each character's true nature early on as they are forced to make knee-jerk reactions, driven by the monster's wrath. They must improvise and adapt. But will they overcome?"
Published by Fulton Books, Erin Mullahy's book is a spellbinding read that will take its readers on an unforgettable journey. Readers who are into fantasy, suspense, horror, mythology, and magical realism genres will surely find satisfaction in this opus.
Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase "Put It to Rest" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.
Source: Fulton Books