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William Rabkin is a two-time Edgar Award nominee who writes the Psych series of novels and is the author of Writing the Pilot. He has consulted for studios in Canada, Germany, and Spain on television series production and teaches screenwriting at UCLA Extension. He is also an adjunct professor at the UC Riverside's low- residency master’s program.
James Daniels is a labor organization attorney who performed Shakespeare in London, received a Grammy nomination for his audio book narration, and wrote the hard-boiled noir mystery Ghost Bride. He and his family live in the Midwest. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
I would recommend this series to anyone who enjoys horror/fiction.
In a short book like this, you have to get moving quickly and I think too much time was spent talking about people that have never been mentioned again.
It's written with a sense of humor, the story moves at a good pace, and the length of the stories match well to the plot lines.
Love it. Can get quiet graphic and gruesome during the violent parts so I don't read it too close to bed time. Almost done with volume 1. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Siobhan M Wrinn
Reminiscent of Stephen King stories! IN A GOOD WAY! Creepy, Evil and Scary!
I am looking forward to reading more volumes in the future.
Nice, short stories. Isn't great literature but if you're looking for a good set of thriller stories and don't mind excessive blood and gore, then these will keep you interested. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
It was alright, kind of short, but I didn't pay much for it so I suppose I shouldn't be upset. The plot interests me enough to want to keep reading, but I feel like the author is... Read morePublished 6 months ago by wrenbird
The hero was one that didn't want the job. The reader's imagination could apply the various scenarios to the world in which we live culminating in a dark premise that the human... Read morePublished 7 months ago by cat lover
Likable characters, interesting plots, maintains a sense of humor throughout. Not as much as Odd Thomas, but in the sam vein.Published 8 months ago by Summer Ficarrotta