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The St. Petersburg Confessions
“I have sins to confess.”
“Tell me, what evil have you done?”
It’s St. Petersburg, right before the fall of Communism. Father Fedor, an Orthodox priest at St. Catherine’s Cathedral, is locking up after the late night mass when he hears a stranger’s voice call out to him. The man begs to confess immediately, afraid that if he waits he will become a lost soul.
Of course Father Fedor accepts, but what he doesn’t know, what he isn’t expecting, is that this madman has committed the same sin ninety-nine times.
The St. Petersburg Confessions is a gripping tale that clocks in at 20,000 words or 110 pages long.
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The Perfect Plan
From the author of the wickedly funny, action-thriller, Chop Suey, comes a psychological thriller that shows you how bad your day can get when your perfect plan is perfectly wrong for you and perfectly right for someone else.
For Blade and Angel, everyday is about their next high. Tired of the daily jobs needed to support their habit, Blade hatches a scheme for a bank heist. It’s the perfect plan.
Suddenly things go terribly wrong. Their plan crumbles and now they’re forced to find a way out of this mess. And if that’s not enough, someone in the bank just killed a hostage and it wasn’t them.
This psychological thriller is around 6,000 words. That’s about twenty-two pages or forty minutes of your lunch break. Enjoy.
This is a short thriller that I decided to release as an ebook. What? You don’t have an eReader? No fear. If you really want to read it, you can download the Kindle app from Amazon or the Nook app from Barnes and Noble or both at iTunes. The apps are free and allow you to read ebooks on your iPhone, Android or Blackberry, your iPad or your Mac or PC. See, you’re covered. Here’s the link for the Kindle app. Now where to buy the book.
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