Amy

Adult
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Amy is new in town and her new job is going well. To make things even better she has just found the ideal place to live surrounded by the most beautiful gardens - life doesn't get better than that now does it?
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Words: 5,070
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466097162
About A Grant

A Grant is one of my writing personas and quite different from the others.

Vigilante is my first novel and is a commentary on where our society could be heading if we do not make a hasty u-turn. Without giving anything away I can tell you that this a story about retribution run out of control and the moral dilemma we face when confronted with the corruption of justice and our society. This is a thriller through and through - there is action and the tension builds with every chapter.

Vigilante is a novel that should have been on the shelf 10 years ago, but as is so often the case with writers, I allowed myself to be sidetracked and I lost belief in myself on the advice of people I should have ignored.

Armageddon basically picks up where Vigilante left off - there are new characters and twists, but it shows but one of the ways that things can spin totally out of control if the right set of circumstances present themselves.

Amy is my first stab at a horror. I wanted to create something ordinary that takes a turn down the path of the expected and yet it still catches you by surprise and sends a shiver down your spine when my imagery and your imagination combine.

My other writing personas are Bruno Sentinel (he is the poet and philosopher) and Blake Strong (the dirty minded one)

I do not believe in being one dimensional, so I do not see me burying any of these personas - some of them may be dormant now and again, but never dead.

The hard copies of Vigilante and Armageddon are available on Createspace.

Feel free to follow my blog http://albertodabull.wordpress.com/ or follow me on twitter (@albertodabull) or facebook (alberto nothnagel)

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Review by: John Strider on March 08, 2012 :
The expected and the unexpected as promised - and still that nice cold shiver!
(review of free book)

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