You gotta watch the one you love.... and she will love you even if it's the last thing she does.
About the Author
Geoffrey Neil was born in Watertown, New York in 1966 and grew up in the beautiful nearby town of Natural Bridge. After moving between the east and west coast three times, his family settled in California. He graduated from California State University, San Bernardino with a BA degree in Communication which prepared him practically for no profession. For fifteen years, he worked in various outside sales positions before beginning a career in IT support. He quit his full time job in 2002 and set out on his own as an independent IT consultant. He still manages the computer and networking needs of his clients when he's not writing.
Geoffrey published his first novel, Dire Means, in 2009, inspired by many conversations with homeless people in Los Angeles. Completing this book gave him a taste for novel-writing, so he wrote another, Human Resources, published in 2012. He's currently wrapping up a dual release of his fourth and fifth books, Prey for Us and Malice Aforethought. Writing novels is a grueling process for Geoffrey, but he can't break the obsession even though he likes sleep, TV and people more than his keyboard. His stories are woven with disturbing implications more than graphic depictions—a tactic many readers find equally assaulting on the senses.
Geoffrey and his family have a useless, ungrateful pet fish that he threatens at least once daily. They live in a gated, secured, 24/7 camera-monitored, nondescript building somewhere in the greater Los Angeles area, enjoying relative obscurity. Before moving here, Geoffrey endured years of alarming, brazen advances by a relentless stalker—a situation that remains unresolved. The experience inspired the novel, Wanton Regard, and spawned a penchant for firearms he shares with his wife. (Give a call before dropping by.) Geoffrey's overactive imagination and genuine fear of almost everything are tools that help him write novels, but also keep his gut in knots, regularly affecting his health. His wife calls him the Mayor of Stress Town and encourages his semi-regular acupuncture sessions. Go try one of his books. It will make him feel better . . . And that could save a pathetic fish.
Geoffrey's Readers Group
Members of this exclusive group have extraordinary literary taste, and still, they enjoy my books! They're the first to know when I have a new release, or if I have something free to give away. Anything else would be spam, and I loathe spam.
A vigilante ends homelessness in Santa Monica by terrifying citizens into perfect brotherly love. The city is in for a shocking makeover.
Prey for Us offers crime victims personalized, untraceable revenge. Victims can even the score, and they have no rules. But neither does Prey for Us.
Antoinette Stanlich was easy prey. The serial killer who took her will regret it when he becomes the prey of a much deadlier predator.
Some things are worse than getting fired. A gorgeous consultant has much more than company restructuring on her mind.
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