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The Devil's Dream: Book One, by David Beers
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314 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 93 reviews

"The plot in this book is unique, the action is high and the details are many. David can paint a picture with words from the beauty the character sees in the world to the blood and grime that accompany his actions. The main character, Matthew, is complex to the point of confusing due to the height of his intellect and while one may identify with his plight in life he is thoroughly reprehensible. One can almost see why he does what he does. Almost! It gives the reader a new perspective to follow the bad guy. This book was amazing, edge of your seat and totally creepy. Loved it!" -- Amazon reviewer
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Perhaps the smartest man to ever live, Matthew Brand changed the world by twenty-five years old. In his mid-thirties, he still shaped the world as he wanted, until a few cops gunned down his son on the street.

Brand's life changed then. He forgot about bettering Earth and started trying to resurrect his son.

Eventually, Brand's mind even overpowered death's mysteries; he discovered how to bring back the dead--he only needed living bodies to make his son's life possible again. Why not use the bodies of those who killed his son?

In the largest manhunt the FBI's ever experienced, how do they stop a man who can calculate all the odds and stack them in his favor?

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David Beers writes thriller novels in Orlando, Florida. When not writing, he obsesses over stories in the news about unexplained deaths and paranormal happenings to the point that his friends and family wonder if he should see a psychiatrist.

Before publishing novels, David received awards for his short fiction seen in numerous publications, including the New York Times mentioned Every Day Fiction.

David scribbles weekly on topics from crime to horror movies at his website, He loves interacting with fans through email, hand written letters, and smoke signals, so feel free to contact him! To make sure you don't miss any of the new release dates, sign up for his mailing list:

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