EVIL - THE BOY'S MINE!

By Marcel Miska

Thriller, Crime & mystery | eBook


What is a person to do when their life suddenly is caught by someone who enjoys torture, rape and murder? At first, Maximilian Patterson didn't have a way to answer this question. His first encounter with the FBI wanted murderer and rapist Tristan Dryer was a very unpleasant one and every encounter that followed grew worse and worse. Yet Max was never slaughtered like the other victims. Why was that? Why was he spared? The realization came to him when his younger brother Lucien threatened to keep him away from Tristan who he had assumed was Max's abusive lover. Max was in love with Tristan and Tristan's urge to keep him close was his way of saying that he loved him back. What will the pair do as the police as still on their trail and Lucien's dark feelings for his brother surfaces? *** This eBook contains mature language and content intended for 18+ readers only! ***


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What is a person to do when their life suddenly is caught by someone who enjoys torture, rape and murder? At first, Maximilian Patterson didn't have a way to answer this question. His first encounter with the FBI wanted murderer and rapist Tristan Dryer was a very unpleasant one and every encounter that followed grew worse and worse. Yet Max was never slaughtered like the other victims. Why was that? Why was he spared? The realization came to him when his younger brother Lucien threatened to keep him away from Tristan who he had assumed was Max's abusive lover. Max was in love with Tristan and Tristan's urge to keep him close was his way of saying that he loved him back. What will the pair do as the police as still on their trail and Lucien's dark feelings for his brother surfaces? *** ...


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Marcel Miska (*1984) Born into a worker family in the GDR, East Germany, Marcel Miska grew up with an ever-present passion for acting, music and writing. As a young boy, he loved to sing and play guitar and drums. Always living by the motto, “Enough moments and you have a life,” at the age of fourteen Marcel began writing his own songs and formed his first rock band. He left high school a year later and got a job at a small radio station in his hometown. In late 2003, Marcel left his band and applied to the theater school Schauspielschule Charlottenburg in Berlin. He passed the audition and soon relocated to Germany’s capital. During his education, Miska had a recurring role in the German daily soap opera "Gute Zeiten, Schlechte Zeiten," produced by Grundy UFA Film productions. He also found work behind the camera in a production office for a major broadcasting channel. It was during this time that he started working on his first gay story “Behind the Horizon”. Marcel graduated at age 25 from the Starter – Berliner Schauspielschule für Film und Fernsehen, an acting school focused on camera, film and television. Through the years he did a number of short films as well as a cinema movie and music videos; additionally, he was part of different theater productions, and worked as a voice over artist for a German dubbing studio. In 2014, Miska changed course and moved to London, England. There he continues to live while focusing on acting and writing short stories. Marcel’s books tend to focus gay romance/erotica stories combined with a true background. When he is not in London, Marcel lives and works in Paris.


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Marcel Miska (*1984) Born into a worker family in the GDR, East Germany, Marcel Miska grew up with an ever-present passion for acting, music and writing. As a young boy, he loved to sing and play guitar and drums. Always living by the motto, “Enough moments and you have a life,” at the age of fourteen Marcel began writing his own songs and formed his first rock band. He left high school a y...


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