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Two recent Stage IIIediting clients of mine, Matthew Burris and Christopher Gray, have published their first novel, “Stage III.” The novel tells the story of Richard Griffon and Elijah Parrish, two down-on-their-luck private detectives who barely scrape by on meager earnings they get from chasing cheating spouses. Desperate for cash, they take on what they think is a routine job to track down Angela, the daughter of a wealthy businessman, and her bodyguard Talia. Angela is a spoiled and bored socialite who drifts aimlessly from one party to another, in and out of rehab. What they don’t know is that the daughter has accidentally stumbled onto a conspiracy of unimaginable proportions. Her world will be turned upside down when she discovers her father has been experimenting with a dangerous virus. “Stage III” is available as a Kindle ebook.

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