The World's Largest Oil Painting. A 400-Year-Old Murder. A Disembodied Whisper

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A man on the brink of insanity traverses present-day and Renaissance Venice to save his soul mate from eternal purgatory.

DENVER - ColoradoDesk -- Rob Samborn, author of nine feature screenplays, makes his fiction debut November 30, 2021, with the release of "The Prisoner of Paradise," a genre-bending novel about love, power, revenge, and justice, centered around the world's largest painting.

Set in captivating Venice, Italy, "The Prisoner of Paradise" is a story that spans centuries. Its unique balance of historical fiction, thriller, and magical realism genres create grounded, compelling characters and elevate an unputdownable plot. The intrigue and mysteries of Dan Brown's thrillers meet Diana Gabaldon's time-spanning love stories in Samborn's debut, creating a book that will grab the hearts of a wide adult audience.

Advance readers have given the book a 100% five-star rating on NetGalley and GoodReads, with praise including: "A spellbinding debut;" "A spectacular thriller;" "An epic that's well worth reading;" "Leaves readers hungry for more," and much more.

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About the Book
Nick and Julia O'Connor's dream trip to Venice collapses when a haunting voice reaches out to Nick from Tintoretto's Paradise, a monumental depiction of Heaven. Convinced his delusions are the result of a concussion, Julia insists her husband see a doctor, though Nick is adamant the voice was real.

As infatuation with a possible hallucination cloud, his commitment to a present-day wife, Nick's past self takes over. Wracked with guilt, he can no longer allow Isabella to remain tormented, despite the consequences. He must right an age-old wrong – destroy the painting and free his soul mate. But the order will eradicate anyone who threatens their ethereal prison and their control over Venice.

"The Prisoner of Paradise" will be available in eBook ($5.99) and trade paper ($16.99) from major retailers and select local indie bookstores, hardcover ($29.99) from Barnes and Noble.

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About the Author
In addition to being a novelist, Rob Samborn is a screenwriter, entrepreneur, artist and tireless traveler. He's been to forty countries, lived in five of them (including Italy) and studied nine languages. A native New Yorker who resided in Los Angeles for twenty years, he now makes his home in Denver with his wife, daughter and dog.

About the Publisher
TouchPoint Press is a traditional publisher of fiction and nonfiction. Our staff is comprised of professionals whose collective experience in publishing, editing, journalism, design, and marketing set the stage behind our growing list of published titles. We are proud to work with talented authors and strive to be as innovative and energetic as possible from acquisitions to promotion before and after publication.

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Jennifer Bond, Media Liaison for TouchPoint Pres
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