G. David Clark
G, David Clark (Gregory D. Clark) is a practicing attorney and founder of JEDTI, A defense alliance of Florida lawyers formed in 2009 in response to the nationwide economic crisis and the effect it has had and contiues to have on the due process rights of regular citizens. The JEDTI Knights were acknowledged and introduced in acclaimed legal thriller author Michael Connelly's (2013) release The Gods of Guilt (of the Lincoln Lawyer series) appearing in chapter four. Greg and the JEDTI Knights also appear in the 2016 non fiction legal thriller "Chain of Title", by noted award winning writer David Dayen.
Mr. Clark is presently working on the novel "Eva's Gift" which is based on the short story you just read. It is a legal thriller of the three "Rs": Romance, Revenge, and Redemption.
Mr. Clark has also written in the Historical Romance Fantasy/Adventure genre: Sunset Dancer, "A tale of epic adventure,supernatural horror and perilous romance"
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by G. David Clark
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
An any day and everyday Christmas Carol for you and your loved ones. A true life Christmas Eve story of redemption and the eternal flame of hope. How a heart attack and pulmonary embolism transformed darkness into light.
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Christmas with the Kalli
on Dec. 31, 2013
Well written but the only historical support I know of for such a "Bad Santa".was a Christmas episode of "Supernatural" I saw. Nonetheless the story is good support for a change: We all should be re-working Christmas tradition to having a Santa that leaves his gifts outside the house under a living tree rather than committing a B & E to adorn a dead one.
G David Clark
on Jan. 25, 2015
Kesting's writing infuses a reality that catches one relating, real time, to the characters and story as it unfolds. And his use of descriptors in the narrative and dialog is certainly not the least of his talents. Inquisition carries you quickly to an explanation that fills aptly a conclusion that we and our distant cousins are really not that different. Read and take heed.