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Dalton Summers is living the American dream. He has a beautiful wife, two kids, a great job, a high-end sports car and a spacious home. But he also has his secrets.

On Halloween night Dalton finds himself forced to face those secrets when one phone call threatens to throw his world upside down. The voice is young but raspy as it taunts him, a voice that will stick with Dalton through eternity.

“Hurry home Dalton… Before I kill them all.”

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Praise for To Watch You Bleed

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"A deeply disturbing story, yet [it] resonated on so many levels. Excellent. Dalton Summers has a night he′ll never forget; but beneath the horror, this book strongly speaks of themes that would touch anyone. Unlike any other book I′ve read."

-Benjamin Thomas | Source: Amazon

ABOUT JORDON

Writing in one form or another since he was eleven, Jordon Greene is the author of the Amazon Bestseller They'll Call It Treason and the upcoming psychological horror/thriller To Watch You Bleed. Starting with a short story competition in fifth grade in the North Carolina foothills Jordon really began to write seriously during his high school years. While these musings never turned into a quality full-length novel they did lay the groundwork for Jordon's entrance into the literary world in 2016 when he published his first novel.

Jordon attributes his love of reading to Michael Crichton′s Jurassic Park and The Lost World novels which he read a few years after the movies (which are nothing like the books) and then proceeded to read anything by Crichton he could get his hands on. He also enjoys anything by James Rollins, Marie Lu and James Alan Gardner. A hard rock fan, Jordon works as a web developer in Concord, North Carolina where he resides just close enough and just far enough away from Charlotte.

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