Gregory Marshall Smith
Gregory Marshall Smith, born in Somerville, Massachusetts and raised in historic Medford, is a decorated Navy veteran. In his career, he has been, among other things, a sports writer, a national columnist, playwright, engineer, asset protection agent, editor, safety auditor, fingerprinter, training instructor and sometime actor. He is the author of the novellas Crawl, The 11th Hour, Slow Boat to China and They Call the Wind Muryah, as well as the anthologies Dark Tidings: Volumes I & II. He has had numerous short stories appear in Farspace 2, Writer’s Bump, Far Side of Midnight, Mini-World, Iriyo, Yokosuka Nights, Separate Worlds and SFH Dominion, among others. Hunters is his current novel.
Ever restless, he currently resides in Columbia, South Carolina.
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For centuries, vampires like Louis Riordan have owned the night. With the help of Lin Tang, his lethal enforcer, he will unite the top master vampires into the most powerful undead alliance the world has ever seen.
But, Lin Tang's most hated enemy has returned from the grave and there are hunters in town, ready to destroy vampires once and for all. And with their new weapon, they just might.
They Call the Wind Muryah
During a visit to Planet 505-D, the crew of the Humboldt starts acting strange―shirking duties and responsibilities. The chief engineer objects, but Captain Marie Penski and the rest of the crew tire of his act. Until they get a most unexpected visit from Muryah Abernathy, reported lost on an earlier expedition. Ten years earlier!
Soon, the crew falls under her spell...with deadly consequences.
Dark Tidings: Volumes I & II
An astronaut exploring a new world faces a terrible fate… a doctor with a revolutionary cure learns how far some will go to restrict progress… scammers in Africa get their just “desserts”… a man’s attempt to get out from under a crushing debt could cost him far more than money… how well do you truly know your neighbors… read these and other tales that will keep you awake at night.
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