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About Jeremy Tyrrell
Jeremy takes his work seriously. He is a Software Developer, furiously coding in Port Melbourne by day, lethargically getting stuff done at home by night.
He has worked in a variety of fields; from retail hardware attendant to burger boy, from store maintenance worker to tutor, from janitor to programmer, he applies his interests and experiences into his work and home life.
Favouring Science Fiction, ghost stories and metaphysical fiction, he strives to keep a balance of action, comedy, character development without labouring the underlying meaning to his stories.
He has finished Iris of the Shadhows and is currently working on the Paranormology series, and is looking forward to starting a new Tedrick Gritswell book straight after.
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The going is tough. Tommy Two-Tone is in the picture, and you know that can't be good, right? With all the heavies, whores, wise-guys and simpletons swimming about, it gets more than dangerous, it gets downright deadly.
His probing sweeps him into the heart of a clandestine society, revealing a world spoken of only in whispers. Hidden dangers and sinister characters shatter Tedrick's world, thrusting him closer and closer to the black bowels of the Abyss.
This is the sixth book in the Paranormology Series.
In the dark cellar of number thirteen Jolimont Street, a house the Professor had assumed benign, I unwittingly brought forth an ancient evil that first threatened our reputations, then our souls.
This is the fourth book in the Paranormology Series.
Our investigation at Hampton Court taught me that there is more to ghost hunting than simply recording and observing; a proper grasp of politics is just as necessary as the ability to read a thermometer.
The pair are pawns in the fight for the future of humanity. Individually they must decide whether to follow orders into hell or beat their own path to salvation.
The is the compendium of Adaptation, bringing all six parts together in one volume.
Adaptation - Part 5 takes up in the aftermath of the showdown in Minneapolis. Houston is rocked by the chaos Ottavio wrought, Project Adaptation is threatened by the Board, yet housed within the pandemonium lies Master Penelope's unflappable plan.
Von Braun and the crabman virus have been retrieved, but this only spells further trials for Ottavio as he battles against the interested factions.
Ryan, torn between his desire for a life with Esther and the superhuman future he has been promised, must decide what he truly believes about humanity.
Part five sees Ryan mature past his own desires, and find Ottavio plunging further into the web of Marcus.
Set in a typical Melbourne setting, Henry's story is an allegorical tale of depression and his battle to hold up the expectations of others as he crumbles under their demands.
Ottavio, having escaped the explosion in Wheaton, must walk through Hell and face his demons, both tangible and intangible, to find salvation.
Part four finds Ryan and Ottavio in their own turmoil. They both learn the nature of uncertainty. One finds that destiny is a direct result of his actions, while the other must risk everything to get what he desires.
The characters it comes up against, from the Foreman to the Courier, from the Merchant to the Client, from the Assassin to the Target, reveal more about the world around it than about the Bullet itself.