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Jackson Dark is a freelance graphic artist and creative writer, supplementing his income as a private investigator. Dark was in Los Angeles when his college friend, Attorney, Tommy C. Phillips II, was brutally murdered by a rising Organized Crime figure named Frankie "The Beast" Calabrese. And after a well-orchestrated chain of events, Dark awoke nude and disoriented in an alley. The only witness to the crime had disappeared and Frankie had literally gotten away with murder. It's now five years later and Jackson Dark has been living and working in Savannah, GA, where he once attended the Savannah College of Art & Design. Dark has grown into a well-known freelancer and become a competent Mixed Martial Artist, while simultaneously developing into a solid investigator with an extensive support network. Today, the well-known, universally feared crime figure laying claim to the entire city of Savannah is . . . one Frankie "The Beast" Calabrese.
About the Author
Trevor L. Wooten is a freelance illustrator, graphic designer and creative writer, holding a BA in Art Design from NC A&T State University and a BFA in Sequential Art from the Savannah College of Art & Design. He has been employed in various fields, including: as a Silk Screen Artist at a Georgia state run facility that focused on teaching job skills to Developmentally Disabled adults; as a Community Resource Officer for the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, where he worked as a civilian taking non-emergency police reports; and as a Correctional Officer in the Segregation Unit of a minimum security prison in North Carolina. He has also studied the Mixed Martial Art of Vale Tudo for approximately 15 years. Trevor currently resides in the Greenville, NC area with his beautiful and talented wife, their equally talented son and their retired military German Shepard (alas, their two daughters have outgrown the nest and flown away). Mark of The Beast is his first novel. You can learn more about Trevor L. Wooten and see samples of his work at www.infinitecreator.webs.com and www.facebook.com/TLWootenArt or contact him with questions or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org. Blog posts are available at https://enterthewoo.wordpress.com.