BLADE MAN A desolate North Dakota highway a hundred year storm and the only other car on the road isWRONG A atmospheric tale of suspense in the best tradition of the genre Only at

  • Title: BLADE MAN
  • Author: Edison McDaniels
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  • Page: 474
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A desolate North Dakota highway, a hundred year storm, and the only other car on the road isWRONG.A atmospheric tale of suspense in the best tradition of the genre Only 99 at.

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    About “Edison McDaniels

    1. Edison McDaniels says:

      Physician, wordsmith, novelist My hallmark in fiction ordinary folks caught in the maelstrom of extraordinary circumstances My tales are calculated to keep you in suspense my writing is intense, no doubt about it I like to think of it as life charged to the highest intensity Engaging, heartbreaking fiction that doesn t disappoint.In the words of Charles Dickens, AMERICAN NOTES All that is loathsome, drooping, or decayed is here My stories run to the darker aspects of human nature, but no gratuitous violence I paint pictures with words I am one of those who believes a story is a found thing, like digging a fossil out of the ground At first you work with big tools, taking large swipes Later, the tools get refined and the picking becomes focused as you try to get the thing out with the least damage possible In this regard, writing is all about revision, revision, revision I can t stress the importance of that idea Revision And you have to read Can t be a writer if you don t read Period.I am a surgeon in the daytime I rarely write about medicine and surgery as the prime subject, but frequently feature some offbeat account of medicine or surgery in my stories I take great pride in my ability to write for the masses for lay readers I do often include graphic scenes of surgery not necessarily in an operating room and not necessarily by a trained surgeon so if you are the sort who covets shows like Trauma in the ER or New York Med, or you secretly long to be a voyeur amid the trauma and carnage of a big city ER Bellevue in New York, Charity in New Orleans which was destroyed by Katrina, Parkland in Dallas, MLK in Los Angeles, etc my books are probably for you As noted above, I put ordinary people in extraordinary situations The machinations of how they squirm is the story.Influences in no particular order include Cormac McCarthy, Alexander Laing The Cadaver of Gideon Wyck is a spectacular classic horror story from the 1930 s , Stephen King, Neville Shute, Ray Bradbury, Shelby Foote, Erich Remarque, Ken Follett, Antony Beevor, Lovecraft, Mary Shelley, Herman Melville, many, many others.You can follow me on twitter, surgeonwriter Thanks My latest novel is NOT ONE AMONG THEM WHOLE, an audacious story of the surgeons working amid the chaos and carnage of the Battle of Gettysburg Read at my website, surgeonwriter it s available on , B N, Kobo, etc It s out in trade paperback from NORTHAMPTON HOUSE PRESS.See my author page at for further information about me Visit me on the web at surgeonwriter I write the blog NEUROSURGERY101 TheBlog, about life and some of its harder or interesting moments Not just your usual blog about brain tumors, craniotomies, and broken necks.I also write an occasional nonfiction piece, such as the 6,000 word SAVING KING, a monograph on the 64 minute struggle to save Dr King s life after he was shot Written for the lay person, but from the perspective of the first responders It s a tense hour, to say the least.



    2 thoughts on “BLADE MAN

    1. An itinerant scalpel salesman gives his blades their truest test when he encounters a very real monster on a lonely, storm-tossed highway. A quick read, atmospheric, almost chilling. Nice detail. This is one you won't be able to put down before reaching the final word.

    2. This novella is frighteningly eerie and suspenseful. Peppered with similes that McDaniels excels in I enjoyed it immensely. A scalpel blade salesman on the road who thinks he's discovered a serial killer. I reveal no more as the rest you need to discover for yourself. I will say the ending will make you do a double-take. Wrap up warm in front of a fire for this gripping novella.

    3. Another short story by McDaniels. A bit of Stephen King and Spielberg's "Duel" mixed with McDaniels skill in bringing a character to life and his knowledge of all things surgical. The Kindle Singles are an interesting way to get to know about new authors.

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