Mariee Gabriella's New Book 'Drunken Abyss: I' Follows a Young Woman Who Finds Herself Connected to a Murder Mystery as She Struggles Against Her Personal Demons

Fulton Books author Mariee Gabriella, a wife and mother with a lifelong passion of telling stories and a never-ending imagination, has completed her most recent book "Drunken Abyss: I": a stirring and captivating thriller that follows one woman's ongoing battles with her inner demons as she becomes embroiled in a local murder case.

"Viktoria Vea is a very exotic-looking and highly intelligent woman with a disastrous life," writes Gabriella. "Through severe mental health issues, substance abuse issues, and low self-esteem perception, she battles her demons while being involved in a murder investigation. The death of a local socialite has devastated her community. Unfortunately for her, she is involved in the case along with her friends and her crush Alexei, who wants nothing to do with her. In addition to being tormented and harassed by a stalker, she is emotionally unstable. Through tumultuous problems at work, a very bad relationship with her wealthy father, and a criminal past, her life continues to spiral out of control. Her morbid curiosity often brings her to her mother's funeral home, surrounding her with even more death. She is trying to escape the paralyzing abyss of her life, and little does Viktoria know, this is just the beginning."

Published by Fulton Books, Mariee Gabriella's book is a powerful and stunning portrait of a woman who must show courage and perseverance in the face of outward scrutiny and doubts over her innocence. As Gabriella's tale unfolds, readers will be left spellbound as shocking twists are revealed and Viktoria works to clear her name despite her murky past.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase "Drunken Abyss: I" at select bookstores, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.

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Source: Fulton Books