Born and raised near Chicago, Illinois, Bryan later moved to Las Vegas, Nevada and enrolled in UNLV’s college of business. It took a degree in Accounting, three years of daydreaming in cubicles, and a collection of stories piling up on his hard drive to learn that he is a writer and not an accountant. His writing style is most-influenced by screenplays, of which he is a voracious reader. Chandler, Carver, Hemingway, Bukowski, and Murakami are also heavy influences. He currently resides with his family in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Dante Salazar wakes in Las Vegas, imprisoned in an identity that doesn’t fit him, married to someone he doesn’t remember, and tormented by a stranger who won’t show his face. A woman named Lucia haunts his memories. His love for her is the only thing that has endured the mysterious fate befallen him. But how will he find her when he can’t even find himself?