Thomas Serwatka

Biography

Co-writing a paranormal detective book was not on my “bucket list,” but after my brother passed away, I knew that Bob’s dream of publishing Blood Opium deserved to be fulfilled. With the encouragement from family and friends, I completed the book as a tribute to the courageous man Bob was. My wife, Mary Ann, and I live in Central New York and their daughter, Lindsay, attends George Washington University.

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Books

Blood Opium: The Original Manuscript
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Price: $1.52 USD. Words: 50,720. Language: English. Published: April 22, 2012. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical
Blood Opium: The Original Manuscript is the unedited and original paranormal, detective story set in San Francisco, two days before the 1906 infamous earthquake. The story of Officer Edward Hall, aka Investigator Edward Morgan in the Blood Opium, 2011 version, is quite different in many aspects, more graphic and a completely different turn of events.
Blood Opium
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Price: $1.76 USD. Words: 58,770. Language: English. Published: November 27, 2011. Category: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Historical
Revised and better than ever, Blood Opium is a paranormal, detective story set in San Francisco, two days before the 1906 earthquake and subsequent fires that changed the face of the city forever. Investigator Edward Morgan has enjoyed a short yet successful career with the San Francisco Police Department’s Homicide Division utilizing special talents passed down from his ancestors.

Thomas Serwatka’s tag cloud

1906    barbary coast    blood    brothel    buddhist    cable car    chinatown    dance hall    detective    earthquake    investigator    murder    mystery    opium    paranormal    police    saloon    san francisco    temple    vampire    vampires   

Smashwords book reviews by Thomas Serwatka

  • Compulsion on March 25, 2012
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    Congratulations to Kymberlee! Great story by a great story teller. I can't wait for the sequel and to read more from Kymberlee!