As a Creative Writing Major at Stanford, I had the honor of being one of less than a dozen students taught by Scott Turow. Scott was an MFA student at Stanford when I was a freshman. He had not yet gone to Harvard Law. He praised my work and called me a promising writer with an odd sensibility. Although I sent him my manuscript many years after our Stanford days, he did not read it. He probably forgot the promising comment.
At the point of this writing I have had 100% positive 5 star reviews with "Cheating God".
I hope that does not remain true for long since I know that the law of averages will kick in and someone in the next hundred thousand people that read my first novel will not like it. There is no accounting for bad taste.
I have a beautiful wife and lovely daughter and call Denver, Colorado my home now. It would be a dream come true to be able to spend every day writing for my profession.
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by Marc Emrich
Cheating God is the first in a series of Novels featuring mid-21st century gumshoe Riley Profit. This is a buddy novel and a detective story set fifty years in the future. When Riley is approached by 129 year old billionaire Jack Glanville to solve a series of unexplained deaths, his adventures take him from the mansions of Beverly Hills to the most remote regions of Canada.
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