Tiger Gray

 

Tiger Gray is a Pacific Northwest urban fantasy author who spends his/zir time being a giant Seattle stereotype. That is, reading poetry and walking in the rain, always with a cup of fantastic coffee in hand. Tiger is a shameless clothes whore, obsessive food nerd, and reluctant activist. Tiger has been an avid role-player and gamer his whole adult life, which has influenced zir fiction for the better. 
 
As a transgendered and disabled author, Tiger finds zirself writing about identity as a core theme, as well as survival and the limits of both morality and the human spirit. Tiger draws on zir interest in and knowledge of forensic and criminal psychology to fuel zir works, often delving in to dark and challenging subjects within the speculative fiction framework. Tiger uses a cinematic and lyrical style to tell tales about the outcasts, misfits, psychopaths, and survivors that populate zir pages. 
 

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As a transgendered and disabled author, Tiger finds zirself writing about identity as a core theme, as well as survival and the limits of both morality and the human spirit.

No Deadly Thing
A Twisted Tree Novel

By Tiger Gray

Ashrinn Pinecroft has spent a lifetime trying to forget his mixed family’s expulsion from his native Iran, so much so that he finds himself halfway across the world, having made a career out of the American elite anti-terrorist unit, Delta Force.

When a sniper’s bullet and a worsening mental illness cut that career short, Ashrinn will do anything to feel useful.

Even believe in magic.

The Zoroastrian myths his mother entertained him with as a child have found new, twisted life in the streets of Seattle, and he has a central role to play whether he likes it or not. Ashrinn must use his newfound divine powers to save the Pacific Northwest from an evil snake handling cult, a cult hell bent on sacrificing him to their demon god.

With a group of ragtag comrades including a half crazy werewolf, a psychic sniper, and his equally blessed best friend and former Delta teammate at his side, Ashrinn will do everything he can to combat the corruption eating away at his new home.

Yet sometimes, the greatest horror imaginable and the things held most dear are one and the same, and corruption is not so easily spotted when it hits close to home.

This book can be read as a stand alone title, but it is a companion work to The Wicked Instead.

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