The Soulless Man

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The soulless man is a novel about a man named Vincent Gray. That grows up with being picked on throughout his life. Seeking help from an unfamiliar face turns his soul into an evil person and begins a killing spree. Emma, Justin and Jim are just getting out on college on break, best friends till the end when a murder begins in their town of Brownsville. It's been awhile since Vincent Gray was heard of is he back?..is it someone else?. What makes matters worse is Jim lives across the street from Vincent gray's abandoned house has the soulless man come home? This novel will take through different perspectives of each character as you see what they do.

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James Skillman was born in a small town in Pennsylvania, living most his life in the countryside town of Reynoldsville. He started writing when he was a teenager. He wrote poetry and dark poetry at first and had some of his works published at a young age. He has had an interest in everything horror from movies to books and also games since he was a kid. Interests including movies, reading, writing, games and adventuring, rather it be in a car, looking at new places, or walking in the woods. You can follow him on twitter at @Ginger_beardTV or follow his horror gaming at- https://www.twitch.tv/thegingerbeerdman.

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