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I'm Living But I'm Not Alive: Book One In The Black Caviar…

by Psymon H

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Are you a fan of psychological thrillers and you love TV shows such as “Breaking Bad” and “The Wire”? How about reading a book that is very similar to these shows, but brings so much more to the action and characters, challenging you to question your own initial opinions and ask yourself how you would have acted in certain situations? Psymon H. has managed to write the perfect book series for fans of this genre – “The Black Caviar Thriller eBook Series” –, and he has already published the first two books: “I’m Living But I’m Not Alive” and “Collision Course”. The third book will be released in late June 2014 along with a sideline series called “Black Caviar After Dark”.

“I’m Living But I’m Not Alive” is the story of the vicious and ruthless Daman, a gangster who has never been quite the same after his brother was murdered. Daman is respected and feared by everyone for his evil genius and lack of mercy, but he is also a family man who is trying to keep his loved ones safe. The only one who seems to read him easily, thus gaining access to his secrets and weaknesses, is the smart and sexy Jane, the black widow of the series. Daman meets her at a luxurious boat party, and he is completely charmed by her. He is aware that Jane might get him into trouble, but he is not sure he’ll be able to avoid her mind-bending games. On the other hand, Jane herself might get more than she bargained for when she meets Daman.

Psymon H. has a unique writing style that draws the readers in from the very first pages. His characters are believable and well fleshed-out, and the readers might even recognize themselves in some of their traits. This turns the first installment in the “Black Caviar Series” into a captivating and intriguing read that will raise many thought-provoking questions. For instance, by the end of the book, readers might find it impossible to make the difference between the good guys and the villains, because they all have their motivations and reasons to act the way they do.

So, if you feel like reading a heart-pounding thriller that deals with moral ambiguity, human nature, and complex relationships, then don’t forget that “I’m Living But I’m Not Alive” will be free on Amazon on 3/17 and 3/18.

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