Nicholas John Greenfield


Nicholas was born in England and moved to Sydney, Australia, when he was seventeen. Upon realising that his poetry and music career were never going to take off, he turned to the written word, believing that age has nothing to do with success in the literary world and as such he possesses ample time to seek his fortune. The Bandaged Man, his first published work, is to be followed by Love, Lies and Los Zetas, a travel thriller influenced by his time in Mexico and years of life on the road, and The Parisian Mirror, a mysterious story of a young man in Paris who finds an 70-year-old picture of himself at a Parisian flea market.

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The Bandaged Man
You set the price! Words: 21,730. Language: English. Published: August 21, 2014. Category: Fiction » Literature » Plays & Screenplays
We all have secrets... The bandaged man’s chest rose and fell as the parentless brother and sister watched and waited. They waited for his secrets to be known, to discover why this hideously bandaged form had stumbled onto their dry and dying land. They waited to uncover why he carried a gun stained with blood. They waited for him to wake and walk and talk and free them from their misery.

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classic    drama    gripping    literature    mystery    orphans    short    sibling    stranger    thriller   

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  • Betula Pendula: First Cycle - Spring on Sep. 24, 2014

    I cannot believe that this book is for free! I'm not normally a fantasy fan and so I was a little put off by the genre but, at the insistence of a friend who read the German version, I gave it a go and I am glad that I did. What I loved was the sense that anything could happen at any moment, the everlasting feeling of suspense that was, to be honest, written in such a way to be almost floating above and beyond the work, something background rather than like other thrillers which shove the suspense down your throat. As the first of a series, I am seriously looking forward to the next installment!