Author Walter Brown’s new book “The Black Mass” is a chilling work about high school students in Harlem who engage in demonic worship and possession.



Walter Brown, a graduate of Bronx Community College, has completed his new book “The Black Mass”: a gripping and powerful work that follows high school students in Harlem, New York, who find a bookstore whose owner has acquired a copy of the known mysterious text under the name of “Necronomicon”. With this book in their hands, they seek to open the portals of history and summon beasts and gods to the earth.

Author Walter Brown takes readers into the world of his novel by writing: “He had been traveling the desert for many long, cold moons. Tonight his destination was south, to a beautiful and subtle land of many old myths, wizards and wizards and dark incantations to summon all manner of demons from the terrible

ruins of a long gone hell. The sun had set and the temperature had dropped a lot. Abdul Nemrec had had enough of this harsh climate.

Posted by Page Publishing, Walter Brown’s haunting tale follows students as they lead everyone around them to the Doors of Madness and beyond.

Readers who wish to discover this original work can purchase “The Black Mass” in bookstores around the world, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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