Scott Bray


Scott Edward Bray, born May 18, 1969, grew up in Long Island, New York and Gilford, New Hampshire. He graduated from Alfred University in 1991. The Clive Hyde Gigs represents a series of (mis)-adventures with the gang of Ed, 31-years-old, still living at home, and an aspiring horror writer and his brother, Will, 33-years-old, and unfortunately for Ed, also living at home. Along with Chelsea, the bumbling but lovable (guy-friend, no one knows where the nickname Chelsea came from), and Will's ex-wife (and Ed's secret love), Justine, the four "Scooby-Doo gang for adults who like their beer", seemingly fall into horror-mysteries wherever the day takes them. Future "gigs" in the series include: Vox Sensitive, The Asking, and The Battle for Ever. Scott Bray can be reached at his Facebook page, "Clive Hyde" or emailing him directly at ""

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The Perfect End
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 4,160. Language: English. Published: October 15, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead
A vampire tale in a future America where terror reigns. Not your sister's Twilight.
The Temporary Killer
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 65,310. Language: English. Published: January 29, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General, Fiction » Mystery & detective » Police Procedural
The Temporary Killer, the first of a series likened to Scooby-Doo for adults, is a humourous horror/mystery. Why would someone shoot struggling horror writer Ed Sherman with a gun that belongs in a RoadRunner cartoon? Why is Ed now having falling episodes in enclosed rooms so badly that he has to use the bathroom with the door open? Is it even fathomable that Ed actually died for five minutes?

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blood    death    detective    funny    horror    humourous    love    mystery    scary    serial    twilight    vampire    whodunit