Hell Found Me [A Damian Manx Case File]

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Senior Detective Damian Manx is 2188 NextYorkCity's best investigator when it comes to Unexplained Death cases. But even he is stumped when a series of brutal murders take place seemingly without any useful clues. Now he's got five dead bodies, a new partner and an ME with an obsessive interest in the past to deal with. "Hell Found Me" is a short narrative rewriting of a NPD Case File from 2188 More

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About Greg Redd

Greg Redd has been fascinated by words and how they can be made to fit together in an effort to make sense of a mad world since an early age. When the art and drama of his high school years faded as a creative outlet, words took their place.

At first the words he put together were kept private.

Then he started working in hospitality management and later in adult education. He started putting the words together for technical manuals, corporate training tools and academic materials.

Later he became bored with writing for business and started random scribblings to feed his frequently obscure and rampantly imaginative creative side again.

Then, in the early hours of an insomnia driven morning in late 2012 he accepted that it was time to start sharing some of his word structures with others.

Greg has been married for 19 years, all of them to the same long suffering saint of a woman. The couple live with their daughter and two cats in South Africa.
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Reviews

Review by: Jobra Nkosi on Jan. 06, 2013 :
Not sure how the previous reviewer missed the low word count and the words "short story" in the description?
I think it's just the right length myself. A quick read while waiting in a queue at the bank.
I like the style of writing used and even though I am not a huge sci-fi fan this never made me feel like a complete tech idiot at all.
Nice work all round. Would like to see more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Jobra Nkosi on Jan. 06, 2013 :
Not sure how the previous reviewer missed the low word count and the words "short story" in the description?
I think it's just the right length myself. A quick read while waiting in a queue at the bank.
I like the style of writing used and even though I am not a huge sci-fi fan this never made me feel like a complete tech idiot at all.
Nice work all round. Would like to see more.
(review of free book)

Review by: Dwij Menageries on Jan. 06, 2013 :
Could have been little longer.
(review of free book)

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