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cover 3.20'19To Sleep in the Ground (Kindle Edition)

A wealthy French madame, a misguided manga artist, a greedy financier, a malicious computer hacker and a homicidal sociopath.  What do they all have in common?  They all have contracts on their heads.  The one hired to fulfill those contracts is Marco Dark.  He’s cultured, sophisticated and intelligent, and the most lethal hit man on the planet.  He’s also a 200-year-old vampire!  Journey with Marco as he traverses the globe plying his deadly trade…and pray that you’re not on his list!  Available as an e-book or paperback.

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The DiVacci Curse: An Old-Fashioned Ghost Short Story (Kindle Edition)

So frightening that you’ll have to sleep with a nightlight for weeks after reading it!

Joshua and Marcy Morhouse just bought their dream home in northern New Hampshire with the help of a wealthy inheritance.  The old mansion is more than they could have ever hoped for and both think that it will be the perfect place for Joshua to recuperate from a psychologically troubled past.

Soon after moving in, Joshua sees spectral apparitions within the mansion’s walls that lead him to the ominous conclusion that they are not alone.  A dark secret has been kept about the house.  Joshua knows that something is horribly wrong with their new nest of peace and comfort.  He and Marcy must decide if his feelings of dread are manic manifestations of his troubled psychological state.  If not, and the ghosts are real, can he convince Marcy before it’s too late?  Will their souls be spared the evil of the DiVacci curse?

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A Day of Horror: The March 11, 2011 Japan Earthquake – A Foreigner’s Perspective (Kindle Edition)

Revised and updated!  Photo illustrations included.  Available as an e-book or paperback.

Do you want to know what it was really like?  Experience the disaster and crisis from a survivor’s point of view.  This is a personal account of one of the most horrifying days in recorded Japanese history, March 11, 2011, told from the perspective of an American living in northern Japan.  This story is his personal struggle and attempts to survive the initial earthquake, numerous aftershocks, and the threat of radiation in the weeks and months following that fateful day.  Using actual e-mails to family and friends as well as personal experiences over a ten-month period, Bradley has written a book that delves deep into the penetrating effects of March 11, and the subsequent fear and panic initiated by the meltdown of a nuclear facility situated a mere thirty-six miles from his home and business.  While chronicling actual events, it also offers insight and analysis into the emotional and psychological effects of the disaster and ensuing nuclear crisis.

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