EATONTON, Ga. (PRWEB) November 14, 2012
A spine-tingling thrilling adventure awaits readers as they turn the captivating pages of Nexus. Written by author Gary M. Martin, this riveting work of fiction uncovers the mystery behind the happenings that occur in a small town. Illustrating the virtues sought from the conflict between positive forces and darkness, this selection offers a myriad of creatively woven insights that readers will definitely learn from.
Something peculiar is happening in a little town called Nexus. A series of attacks lead Candace Cain, a special agent for the FBI, a psychic police detective, and a bounty hunter to the scene. As they go further, they encounter three prisoners who tip them about the existence of a machine that threatens the security and safety of the place. With a great battle impending, the group then prepares themselves for the ultimate fight between those attempting to save the machine and those who intend to destroy it. With capricious twists and turns in the ending, this story will keep the readers hanging at the edges of their seats.
Engaging and enriched with surprises, Nexus shares an exhilarating blend of action, suspense and horror. With fascinating characters and an intoxicating plot, this book will definitely adhere to those who enjoy a good dose of the bizarre and the unfamiliar.
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About the Author
Gary Martin spent five and a half years in the Air Force. Two and a half years were spent in Japan where he earned a black belt in karate. Currently, he is working as a licensed electrician. He lives with his wife in Eatonton, GA. His children and grandchildren are also in Eatonton.
Nexus * by Gary M. Martin
Publication Date: September 26, 2012
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 208 pages; 978-1-4771-4891-4
Trade Hardback; $29.99; 208 pages; 978-1-4771-4892-1
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