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‘The Metaxy Project’ by Layton Green

The Present – Southwest Atlanta, Jan. 19, 8pm

I open the door of the abandoned house, and the palm of a massive hand forces me backwards. It pushes me all the way into a chair in the corner of the room.

The man’s other hand is clutching a piece of thin yellow paper, the type used for summonses and warrants. I’m an attorney, and I know that paper by sight.

And I know that this time, my name is printed on the front.

For his latest adventure, author Layton Green has left his regular characters of Dominic and Viktor (‘The Dominic Grey’ series) behind, instead introducing a stand alone story which sounds every bit as exciting, full of intrigue and suspense.

It sounds very much as though this person has been under surveillance and his attacker has acted swiftly and decisively, in cornering him, with a very focused outcome in mind! Surely a simple summons wouldn’t warrant such heavy handed tactics, especially as his target is an attorney? I can’t wait to find out more!

To check out the full premise for ‘The Metaxy Project’ and to find out more about its author Layton Green, click here

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