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A Thriller That Will Leave an INDELIBLE Mark on Your Psyche Ben Ballantine, an artist who scrapes together a living selling scenic paintings to Fisherman's Wharf tourists and sketching criminal composites for the SFPD, is approached by a mysterious man who knows his secret. Six years earlier, he was one of four volunteers who took part in an art school project. Acting as h ...more
Paperback, 1st Edition, 244 pages
Published March 22nd 2012 by Amalgamated (first published March 1st 2012)
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Trish Arrowsmith
Indelible is the perfect title for this story. The tattoos are indelible, the actions of the characters are indelible and as the product description shows, "it will leave an indelible mark on your psyche". With every turn of a page there was a twist of the plot.
The characterization was phenomenal in this book. I loved that I wasn't sure whether I was supposed to like or dislike each of the characters that were introduced. Under my own assumptions about who they were I was very wrong about 3 of t
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WOW! Just won this on GOODREADS GIVEAWAY! Thank you Stuart Connelly and Goodreads for having this book available. WILL LEAVE LEAVE A REVIEW UPON COMPLETION OF READING BOOK.
I really liked this book. It grabbed me right from the start and shocked me in the end. I really love a book that does that. I'll look forward to reading more of this author's books!
Brandi Mckay
This was a quick, entertaining read. The characters were interesting and just complicated enough to make you scratch your head and wonder if you hate them or like them.
Christine Mahnken

This premiss is not original. Have read a novel very similar a few years ago. Can't remember the author or title but it was almost identical.
Debra Raupe
I got the book arrived because I won! Not yet I read but I will do read. Thanks you!
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Author and screenwriter Stuart Connelly learned to write before he could crawl but to this day vacillates over which is the more impressive skill.

His book with Clarence B. Jones about Mr. Jones' intimate role in the 1963 March On Washington, Behind The Dream, was published in January 2011 by Palgrave Macmillan, and his digital short story collection, Confessions of a Velour-Shirted Man, is current
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