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I've always wanted to write a book. So, now that I've differentiated myself, here's the facts...

I was a blue chip golden boy, with a strong financial and legal background. I spent my time negotiating and drafting multi-million pound contracts and then arguing over what they actually meant. For a while I loved the cuff-links at dawn environment...

That was then. I managed to give up the corporate habit while I was still me. I do still have my armory of suits and ties, but haven't worn any in at least two years. I started writing because I liked it. I still do.

I like to think that I have an easy-to-read and fun writing style. I don't pretend or aspire to be a literary genius. I don't have a message to give. Dylan and Summer may do...

My interests are my wife and three children, my friends and not wearing suits. Did I mention that I like writing?

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What lies in shadow


It's difficult for Dylan and Summer to maintain their simple life together. A cocktail of paranormal, murder and global terrorism doesn't help.

Take a glimpse into the extraordinary lives of Dylan and Summer. They live in the small country town of Monroe. Population 612.... 611.... 610.... Together they seek a simple life, but as the body count rises, so too do the complications. With the suicide of a neighbour, Dylan and Summer enter a frenetic race against time as they follow a trail that will ultimately unravel Dylan's broken and forgotten childhood and set in motion the biggest sacrifice of their relationship. Will fast thinking, quirky decisions, a paranormal connection and a forever optimistic view of life be enough for this intrepid duo to stop Armageddon from detonating in Monroe?


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I wrote 1848 days ago

You pack a punch! A good read. Hoping you do well. Yours in brevity Ian view book

I wrote 1864 days ago

This is fun. For that reason alone I would shelve. An easy, engaging read to while away the hours. Would love to be sitting by the pool at my villa, glass of vino in one hand, this book in the other... You have the feel good factor! Ian view book

I wrote 1876 days ago

Hi Ayrich You've been on my shelf for a while while I've been reading this. Your writing is smooth, your plot is dark, the questions and intrigue are there to keep the reader hooked. You use some great lines. Well done! Ian view book

I wrote 1876 days ago

Hi Jose Not sure why, but you went AWOL from my bookshelf, and you're not on anyone's shelf any longer. Pleased to say I'm the first to put you back on my shelf! First chapter is excellent. After that you maintain the momentum with good dialogue, action, intrigue. You write in a crisp style that I... view book

I wrote 1877 days ago

Hi Janvier A good opening chapter. Conflict, suspense and tension straight away. You feed in bits of backstory well and your pace is good. I specifically like the way that you show Rene as being driven by his rage and need for revenge. He is obviously not a trained assassin, he is nervous, on edg... view book

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