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My first novel and latest release is now available!
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!
“To Sleep in the Ground” has taken twenty years to complete since its original conception. I encourage you to check it out. You can access a sample of the book via the link at the end of this post.
If you read Marco’s story and find it entertaining (or not) then I request that you write a review. Let’s be honest, reviews and word of mouth sell books and reviews are a great way for readers to express themselves, too. I’d also like to hear your comments and opinions about “To Sleep in the Ground” on this blog. Continue reading