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These elements combine to make a smart page-turner, as dark and deep as the Carolina woods. Written in Blood combines bookishness and murder in brain-teasing ways, doubling the pleasure of a more conventional procedural. Written in Blood has it all.
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The lead detectives are fully drawn and full of mystery, each battling his own demons while fighting for justice. On top of all that, Written in Blood has an ending that no one, and I mean no one, will see coming. A compelling and elegant work of crime fiction. A fast-paced, well-written mystery that skillfully combines a police procedural with literary sleuthing. Simply put, this novel is too good to pass up.
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A page-turner for readers who appreciate literary references and existential questions with their corpses. Annalise Stephens Blue is a Creekville high school student with plans to become a world-famous filmmaker. A modern version of what Preach used to be. As Preach delves into the secrets lurking beneath the surface of the town and searches for a missing girl who may have witnessed the crime, he must put his own feelings aside and pursue the answer to a terrible question: is a mother capable of murdering her own child?
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He first became a published author with the release of The Summoner, a fiction novel. He not only writes, but Green has been a practicing attorney for over ten years and got the haircut for his interview to prove it, a fact that he still resents. He attended law school down in the historic city of New Orleans and worked as an attorney for a few years. That has not been the only job he has held as he also worked for the U. Green really enjoys traveling and has gone all over the world, visiting at least fifty countries in his zest for traveling.
Green has also not only toured these countries but lived in a few of them. He has said that he wants to see everything that the world has to offer and this is his plan, as he has a desire to see every street, castle, cemetery, city, beach, country, and more. He would like to go to every far-flung dot on the map and he has also been interested in such things such as religion, cults, and the spiritual and the supernatural as well. Green has always liked to travel and learn about different things.
He has also had fifteen years of training in the art of Japanese Jujitsu. He created the popular character of Dominic Grey for his series by combining his interests in jujitsu and spirituality as well as travel.
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The result simply came out and the rest, as they say, is history. The series has done quite well and continues to be a hit with readers. Green is the proud author of the Dominic Grey series. The debut novel in this series was The Summoner and it was quickly followed by The Egyptian two years later. He is also the author of the Blackwood series. This series was first released in The debut novel in the series is titled The Brothers Three.
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It was followed by the second exciting book in this fantasy series that was titled The Spirit Mage. Green also writes more than just series. He is the author of a few standalone novels that include the book The Metaxy Project. He currently resides in Miami, Florida with his wife and his son. Dominic Grey is his first series.