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J. D. Brink was not a private detective in the 1940s, but he’d liked to have been. Instead he was born in the 1970s, was a kid at the best time ever to be a kid (the ‘80s), and went to college in the ‘90s. Since then he's become a sailor, spy, officer, and nurse in the U.S. Navy, as well as a gravedigger, insurance adjuster, and school teacher. His written work has appeared online on Pseudopod.org and Ascent Aspirations, and in Tales of the Talisman and Cemetery Moon magazines. In 2012, his SF novelette "The Thorne Legacy" was a finalist in the international Writers of the Future contest. Today (spring, 2014) he and his family live in Texas, where there aren’t enough cheating husbands, missing persons, practicing witches, or hard-boiled mysteries to keep him occupied. In his writing, like his life, he likes to dabble in multiple genres.
on Dec. 23, 2012 :
This is a great collection of dark short stories that should be in any horror fan's collection. Mr Brink is a very talented wordsmith and I hope that someday he applies that talent to a full length novel. I'm sure that it would be absolutely amazing, if his short stories are any indication. Highly recommended.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)