Jim Gibson


My whole motivation for writing is little more than a result of searching for something novel and unexpected to read. It's become rather difficult to find a good story that isn't predictable.
While writing, I draw from my past experience as a former: police officer, Mensan, military man and war veteran, business man, manual laborer, restaurant manager. And current: dedicated father, habitual traveler, British humor fan, trivia junkie and truck driver. My studies in history, religion, mechanical and military engineering, politics, martial arts, biology, literature, and the culinary arts came in handy as well.
Not that it matters, but my inspirations are Robert Heinlein, Clive Barker, Terry Pratchett and Christopher Moore.

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Sins of The Gods
Price: Free! Words: 104,060. Language: English. Published: May 19, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » General, Fiction » Historical » General
(3.75 from 4 reviews)
Typically, people only die once, but when the bodies of the same four prominent citizens keep popping up every few years, Detective Mike Hendrix has a problem... as do the victims. As the case unfolds, the killer tells the victims a tale with a host of odd and colorful characters that begins in Neolithic England and ends in their current predicament. Think Saw meets Highlander meets Gump.

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