Jeffrey Martin attended Hawaii Pacific University and earned an Associate of Arts Degree in Psychology with a minor in music from Upper Iowa University. He is a former Marine and semi-professional football player. He works as a federal law enforcement officer in Iowa.
Jeff is the author of thriller, suspense, and horror books and stories. His first novel, Lucifer’s Calling, was published by Vanilla Heart Publishing in 2008. The follow up novel, Deadly Demented, was published in 2009, also by Vanilla Heart Publishing.
Since his novels first appeared, Jeff has also published several ebook short stories. “Dead Holiday” was the first short story in the Mark Blankenship series. It was published by Echelon Press in December 2009. In April 2010, he made a free read, “House of Misery,” available on his website. In August 2010, the next installment of the Blankenship series was published on Smashwords.com.
His latest novel, 3:16, was published 2010 by Cold Moon Press. He continues to write short stories and has begun research on his next novel.
Read more about Jeff at http://jeffreymartinsnovels.com
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For most people, social networking connects friends, but one man has adopted it to fulfill a more sinister agenda: finding potential victims. What Brandon Thornley doesn't realize is that someone even more ruthless has accepted his request. Determined to bring a madman to justice, Detective Patrick Morgan sets his sights on his target, but his competition will do anything to ensure he fails.
Red, White & Blood
(4.50 from 2 reviews)
By Jeffrey Martin
Published: August 23, 2010.
Independence Day in Marcona has turned deadly. A crazed bomber has decided to terrorize all in his path and won’t stop until his revenge is complete. Chief of Police Mark Blankenship and his daughter are unexpected targets of the attack, and they find themselves in a struggle for survival. Will Blankenship be able to find the device, or will the trail of bloodshed include everything he loves?
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