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Harry is an Army veteran who survived a childhood tragedy and tough years in foster care. Today, he’s a pragmatic and no-nonsense Homicide detective investigating the Victor Adamson kidnapping. As he digs for leads, Harry realizes that he’s in the middle of dark conspiracy, and that his life is in jeopardy. His only option is to save Victor. But to do that, he must understand and then embrace the supernatural. He has to believe that monsters are real.
If he doesn’t, then both he and Victor may die.
Read César! It was voted as the “most” Outstanding 2016 “Paranormal/Supernatural” book by the Independent Author Network committee.
Is it REALLY that good? HELL, Yeah!
How Do You Like Your Horror?
I prefer to be thrilled by paranormal romances. I love writing them. I am my characters…from the hunky, but coldhearted demon to the sultry vixen? Oh, you’ve heard this tale before? Well, not like mine. So how do you think it will end? I see that I’m not the only one intrigued by a good paranormal love story. My other tales are the stuff of my nightmares…or daydreams?
While you’re here, click over to my blog page for some really wicked scares. Most of the stories were created from bits of nightmares. Let’s just say I never suffer from writer’s block. Lucky me! </sarcasm>
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The César Trilogy:
… supernatural tales in the same vein as Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles and Lives of the Mayfair Witches series. Both authors make forays into the vampire and witch (voodoo priestess) mythology and locate their stories in the Louisiana bayous. No doubt Coleman was greatly inspired by Rice, but (s)he explores territory unique to the vampire genre and delves into the historical, albeit fictitious, paranormal world of African Americans in Louisiana. Like Anne Rice’s books, Coleman’s novels are charged with eroticism. Coleman’s writing is melodious, rhythmic and lyrical. The trilogy could join the ranks of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot, Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles, and John Ajvide Lindqvist’s Let the Right One In.