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IN THE PLACE WHERE THERE IS NO DARKNESS, the debut novel from K. M. Douglas is set for release within the next three weeks.

The novel will be available in print and ebook formats through all major online bookstores. IN THE PLACE WHERE THERE IS NO DARKNESS takes place in 2019 and tells the story of DERRION PARSING, A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR AND THE SON OF AN EX-ARMY RANGER. UNLIKE HIS CLASSMATES, DERRION HAS ACCESS TO INFORMATION FROM THE TIME BEFORE THE INVISIBLE WAR, WHEN THE GOVERNMENT SHUT DOWN THE INTERNET, REFORMATTING IT INTO A PROPAGANDA TOOL. WHEN DERRION ATTEMPTS TO USE THIS INFORMATION AS PART OF A SCHOOL PROJECT, HE AWAKENS TO HIS WORST NIGHTMARE.

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A portion of the proceeds from the sales of In the Place Where There is No Darkness will be donated to the Fisher House Foundation, a non-profit organization that donates homes to enable military family members to be close to a loved one at the most stressful time – during hospitalization for a combat injury, illness or disease.

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Advance praise for IN THE PLACE WHERE THERE IS NO DARKNESS:

“Superbly written… a touching account of the carnage of war that is only evident
after the combatants return home and the second battle begins –
one that wounds those closest to the soldier.”

– Dave Lannen, Colonel, USAF (Ret)
Served in Iraq & Afghanistan

“Douglas takes you down a believable rabbit hole of near and future U.S.A. He steers you through subterranean rivers where strains of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley float. Then he returns you to a now where hope flickers.”

– Horace Coleman, poet and essayist

“IN THE PLACE WHERE THERE IS NO DARKNESS… reminded me of the writings of George Orwell and Aldous Huxley. Their prophesies are coming true and it’s not much of a leap in this current political climate to believe that [K. M. Douglas’] will too. This book presents a compelling story of a family dealing with combat related PTSD, brainwashing… and constant surveillance. I highly recommend this book to anyone.”

– Daniel Avener
President VFP chapter 003, The Jim Harney Chapter, Bangor, Maine
Served in artillery unit in Pleiku, Vietnam (1968-69)