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Women in Black out on Kindle



I found on Amazon today Nick Redfern's new book Women in Black: The Creepy Companions of the Mysterious M.I.B. Right now the Kindle version is out. I'm expecting a paperback version soon, because that's the way things went with his Men in Black: Personal Stories and Eerie Adventures from lsat year, which was published by the same publisher.

Here's the description of Women in Black:

"'May I come in?'
"'I had a very strange feeling when I saw this woman.'
"'It was as if she were dead.'
"'She shrank from him with a hissing sound.'
"Everyone has heard of the Men in Black. But what about the Women in Black? Just like their creepy, male counterparts, the WIB will stop at nothing to silence those who get too close to the truths behind the UFO phenomenon and paranormal activity. Dire warnings, intimidation, and menacing death threats are their cold-hearted calling-cards. Like the vampires of old, these black-cld, pale-faced women prefer to do their hunting by night. Their prey: us. Women in Black is the first, full-length study of the WIB mystery. The story is a dark and disturbing one. It encompasses such issues as alien abductions, Mothman, strange and unearthly monsters, the secrets of alchemy, time-travel, and the dark domain of all things supernatural. Fearless and fearsome, the Women in Black just might be your worst nightmare."

About the author:

"Nick Refern is the author of 36 books on UFOs, lake-monsters, the Roswell UFO crash, zombies, and Hollywood scandal, including Men in Black; Chupacabra Road Trip; The Bigfoot Book; and Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind. Nick has appeared on many TV shows, including: Fox News, the BBC's Out of This World, the SyFy Channel's Proof Positive; the History Channel's Monster Quest, America's Book of Secrets, Ancient Aliens and UFO Hunters; the National Geographic Channel's Paranatural, and MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann. He can be contacted at: http://nickredfernfortean.blogspot.com." 

Check out Nick's blog here - Nick Redfern's World of Whatever...

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