Detective Clarke Meets The Reaper

Suffering from recurring nightmares after the traumatic events of his first major case, R.D. Clarke must overcome his problems (and his general ineptitude) to succeed where the greatest minds in law enforcement have failed: tracking down a prolific serial killer known as the Reaper. Clarke must brave seedy bars, the morgue, and even the DMV in this hilariously suspenseful tale. More

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Words: 57,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466198029
About Brian P Borcky

Seamlessly blending his two favorite forms of literary entertainment: comedy and detective fiction, Brian P. Borcky has been writing in various mediums of entertainment for over a decade, since penning his first screenplay at the age of sixteen. Graduating from screenwriting into acting, producing, editing and various other tasks, Brian penned his first novel: I'm Detective Clarke, in the summer of 2011.

The Clarke series marks a new direction for the classic private eye novel: R.D. Clarke is the anti-Sherlock Holmes. Though he has the initiative and the heart of the great private eyes in famous lore, Clarke's inexperience is often his downfall, leading him down hilariously dangerous paths.

Born and raised in the Philadelphia area, Brian now resides in northwest New Jersey and is working on several film projects -- shorts and features -- for Project Humanoid: the independent production company he co-founded.

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The Reaper tends to another victim. Can the Reaper be stopped? Find out in Detective Clarke Meets The Reaper -- available now on Kindle, Nook, and other major eReaders. For more info, visit www.detectiveclarke.com Cast: Directed & Edited by Jack Oxenford-Riley, Jay Cagle & Jeff Albeck as The Reaper, Christine Bennett as The Victim, Music Courtesy of Kevin MacLeod & incompetech.com

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