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New novel “Expiration Depot” tells a dark tale of a burgeoning industry (expiration assistance) and how Americans cope with the consequences

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New novel “Expiration Depot” tells a dark tale of a burgeoning industry (expiration assistance) and how Americans cope with the consequences

December 28
09:12 2020

“Expiration Depot,” a 268-page novel by Mark Hasiuk, has been released worldwide. Set in a present-day world where America’s euthanasia laws have been struck down, the novel follows Tom Mulvey, a jaded twentysomething who becomes a highly successful expiration-assistance salesman.

With an ominous backdrop that shakes the reader’s ideas about mortality and right and wrong, the novel explores our often-dysfunctional relationships in the age of technology, the dangers of commercialism, and broad ethical questions about how society deals with suffering and death. The author’s flowing succinct descriptive style propels the writing forward, while supplemental details help build a world that is both rich and believable. Hasiuk succeeds in exposing moral dilemmas large and small through the eyes of his protagonist, bringing readers along on Tom’s tumultuous journey through the suicide business.

Expiration Depot (ISBN: 9781735948782) can be purchased through retailers worldwide, including barnesandnoble.com and Amazon. The paperback retails for $14.99. Wholesale orders are available through Ingram. 

From the back cover:

The Supreme Court strikes down all euthanasia laws, spawning a new industry — expiration-assistance, where suicide is for sale. Tom Mulvey, an all-American boy, drops out of college to sell hand-held suicide devices at an expiration depot. As his sales soar, he must grapple with the implications of his success before it destroys him and those around him.

About the author:

Mark Hasiuk is a former award-winning investigative reporter, editor and columnist. 

About MindStir Media:

MindStir Media LLC is an award-winning book publisher. To learn more about publishing a book with MindStir Media, visit http://mindstirmedia.com or call 800-767-0531.

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