Incubus

by Leighton Greene

Incubus - Leighton Greene
Editions:Kindle: $ 5.99
Pages: 424
Paperback: $ 16.99
Size: 6.00 x 9.00 in
Pages: 424

Oh, what a tangled web we weave...

Los Angeles, 1956.

Coleridge Fox has a liar for a lover, a gambling debt he can't pay, and his screenwriting career is D.O.A.

He thought the Incubus, a serial killer hunting in Hollywood's back streets, was the least of his worries, but now he's starting to wonder.

Cole fell for the suave Leo Mancini the day they met, but is it ever really possible to trust a liar--especially when Mancini makes a murder suggestion sound like a marriage proposal?

Incubus is a standalone novel intended for mature readers who enjoy the darkness and moral ambiguity of noir stories.

It is high heat, twisted, and not for the faint of heart.

Note: there are no truly happy endings in noir.

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About the Author

Leighton Greene has been writing stories since she was old enough to hold a pencil. Her first book was a choose-your-own-adventure style book about deciding what to eat for breakfast. It didn’t shake the New York Times bestseller list, but she still has a copy of it.

After spending some time writing in academia, fanfiction and corporate reporting, Leighton decided she should probably do what she actually wanted to do, which was to write commercial fiction. So she did. She writes gay romance and, when the mood strikes, erotica as LJ Greene.

Leighton lives with her partner and her cockatiel on the east coast of Australia.

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