Better Angels: a gray harbor novel

Better Angels: a gray harbor novel

by Geoffrey Thorne


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It was supposed to be so simple: just scam the local Russian mobster out of some money and drugs, then skip out of town before he knows he's been fleeced.

It looked good on paper. It sounded good when he talked it out but, as usual with Nicky, the minute he brought his dream grift into the real world things went straight to hell. His partner seems to have pulled a double cross, his girlfriend is totally useless, the Russians are coming for their property and all Nicky's got to get himself out of this are his wits and his mouth. And that's before Max showed up with his hard guy attitude and quick fists. Yeah, things are going to Hell, all right.

Seems like Nicky forgot the first rule of survival on the mean streets of GRAY HARBOR:

Always make sure the guy holding the gun is you.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615689395
Publisher: The Winterman Project
Publication date: 10/03/2012
Pages: 274
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.58(d)

About the Author

Geoffrey Thorne was born in the United States and currently lives in Los Angeles, California.

Thorne was a writer-producer on the hit TV series, LEVERAGE as well as having written for LAW & ORDER: CRIMINAL INTENT, BEN 10: ULTIMATE ALIEN and the upcoming BEN 10: OMNIVERSE.

His work has been nominated for GLYPH and GENESIS awards and he was a multiple silver medalist in the STRANGE NEW WORLDS short story contests as well as a finalist in the prestigious WRITERS OF THE FUTURE AWARD.

Thorne is the co-founder and writing partner of GENRE 19, a studio he formed with visual artist Todd Harris in 2008 and the founder and EiC of THE WINTERMAN PROJECT.

"The simple truth is I spend a lot of time thinking up stories about weird things. I'm never really happy sticking solidly in a single genre. I like to mix Romance with Horror, Science Fiction with Noir and everything with some Fantasy. The point is to tell a fun yarn and take the reader somewhere they hadn't thought to go."

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