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Free Halloween horror novel author signing in Yardley

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SALEM'S ROPES: A new novel inspired by the shocking true historical accounts of the haunted Ropes Mansion in Salem, Massachusetts is being released.

Author Joseph C. Gioconda will be at the COMMONPLACE READER BOOKSTORE in Yardley, Pennsylvania on Saturday, October 30 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Halloween is right around the corner! What better place to celebrate it than by reading a free author-signed novel about a REAL haunted mansion in Salem?

He will be signing and giving away free paperback copies of the book.

Inspired by true historical events and figures, Salem’s Ropes is the story of America’s oldest and darkest secrets.

After a business trip to Boston, George Lawson announces to his family that he has purchased the Ropes Mansion in Salem; a historic mansion that is 300 years old. His wife and daughter are skeptical but acquiesce. Over forty of the mansion’s owners have died unnaturally, were murdered, or committed suicide since 1720. Salem’s residents warn George about living in the Ropes, but he is convinced he can uncover the mystery.

The family is torn apart after George becomes increasingly obsessed with uncovering the dark history of Salem and their new home. He discovers mysterious objects and Masonic symbols carved onto the walls of their basement. After a smoke alarm goes off in the middle of the night, firefighters discover smoldering embers behind a basement wall – along with strange human remains. Police are called and suspect that there is more to the story than George will admit. Like countless others in the Ropes house before, George and his family fight a descent into madness.

In addition to the free signed copies being given away at the COMMONPLACE READER, the book will be available in paperback, eBook/Kindle on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Ingram Spark and from other retailers and distributors. An audiobook is being simultaneously released.

Event Date
Saturday, October 30, 2021
Event time
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Cost / donation
Joseph Gioconda,, 9176641045
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