Brad Geagley is the author of two critically acclaimed novels, "Day of the False King" and "Year of the Hyenas" and the self-published, smash hit, "The Stand In". He has worked for many years as a writer and producer in the entertainment industry. The film that changed Geagley's life was Joseph Mankiewicz's 1963 film starring Elizabeth Taylor in the title role, Cleopatra. In fact, Geagley learned so much about the Egyptian ruler that he was asked to contribute to Kevin Burns' two-hour AMC documentary, "The Film That Changed Hollywood". Mankiewicz became both Geagley's friend and mentor. More recently, Geagley can be seen in the new documentary, "Cleopatra's Lost Footage" soon available on the BluRay release of the famed film.
His most recent novel, "The Stand In", a noir mystery set in 1957 Hollywood was inspired by an anecdote from Joseph L. Mankiewicz about a Famous Movie Star. What would you do if you discovered your leading man was a serial killer?
Debuting here for free, "Chronicles of the Sanguivorous, The Rising", The first volume in a seven volume series revealing the history of vampires.
Geagley currently teaches screenwriting at Mount San Antonio College in Southern California and lives in Palm Springs. He can be reached through his Twitter account, @BradGeagley. Follow me on Goodreads too.
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Chronicles of the Sanguivorous, The Rising
by Brad Geagley
The dawn of man was the dawn of terror. Hunters became the hunted. Gatherers were gathered – the Sanguivorous had risen.
A new novel by best-selling author, Brad Geagley, that traces the history of vampires back to the first moment they were mentioned, Mesopotamia. Free on Smashwords for a limited time only.
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