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one bad twelve Paperback – March 16, 2012
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About the Author
Matthew Iden writes fantasy, science fiction, horror, thrillers, crime fiction, and contemporary literary fiction with a psychological twist. An eclectic resume--he’s held jobs with the US Postal Service, international non-profit groups, a short stint with the Forest Service in Sitka, Alaska and time with the globe-spanning Semester at Sea program--has given him inspiration for short stories and novel ideas, while trips to Iceland, Patagonia, and Antarctica haven’t hurt in the creative juices department, either. A post-graduate education in English Literature wasn’t necessary, but it helped define what he didn’t want to do with his life and let him read a great deal of good books. Please visit him on the web at matthew-iden.com, Tweet @CrimeRighter, or find him on Facebook, http://www.facebook.com/matthew.iden. Matthew lives in Alexandria, Virginia.
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That said, I have to agree with the other reviewers that short stories are akin to the desert having been removed before it could be finished--i.e. I wanted more, but it was taken away when I left the table for whatever reason.
This author has the capability to make me laugh out loud at times and grip the arm of the chair at other times. I don't re-tell story lines in my reviews, but suffice it to say this effort is a true potpourri of Mr. Iden's many talents as a writer.