Paradox

by Donald Gorman


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 6/25/2009

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 356
ISBN : 9781438990309

About the Book

This is Gorman's darkest and most powerfully human novel to date.  He intentionally neglects to name the city that serves as the setting for this disturbing tale of a man who is trying to rid the streets of sin.  The man sees himself as an agent of God.  But the cops view him as a vicious serial killer.  He thinks he is haunted by spirits, mostly those of his victims.  And these ghosts claim to represent either God or Satan as they encourage him to continue his murder spree.  The story also focuses on a dysfunctional family.  For some reason, the killer is always near as they try to sort out their many problems. 


About the Author

Donald Gorman was born on September 25, 1961 in Albany, NY.  He grew up in the nearby small town of East Greenbush and graduated Columbia High School in 1979.  He briefly attended college and now works for The State of NY in Albany.  His love of the horror genre started in school while watching slasher movies.  He's a big fan of Freddie Kruger and other violent icons of the cinema.  He has been heard to say that he finds the blinding, graphic, gratuitous violence and carnage soothing and relaxing.  Nothing calms him down after a hard day better than watching brutal, vicious murder and torture.  To see all of his other books available through Author House, check out his website at www.wrongfulsecrets.com.