“Gregory French weaves a nightmarish landscape in his novel, The Girl in the Hotel, peopled with grotesque characters who are devoid of scruples or even a semblance of sanity. If you have the stomach for it, and you like to be scared, French combines the subtleties of skillful writing with an over the top plot, which is set in a gothic hotel framed by the jungles of Mexico. Retirees arrive and never leave. Criminal activity is a job description. Meet Ed “Never Ever Eddie” Rang, Kazu Danser, Constance Snapp, Carson Staines and other assorted killers, bullies and reprobates. It is hard to assign a genre to this fast-paced novel of thrills, horror, and mystery. Captivating.”
I write the Danser novels, slender books of suspense, exploring the dance between good and evil.
I also write with the pseudonym of Gregory French, who just released the suspense novel, "The Girl in the Hotel."
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