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Shadow of Exposure

Jeremy Moran

Collette is a young computer engineer desperate to escape her life in rural Maine. In search of a new beginning, she heads to New York to start work at an up and coming media company where she learns her former college professor is at the center of a deep cover up. With blind allegiance she sets out in search of answers and quickly finds herself chasing a story that sheds light on powerful people who are willing to protect their secrets at any cost. Collette is partnered with her headstrong colleague, Morgan Williams, and together they work relentlessly in pursuit of the truth. Putting their lives on the line, they remain unwavering in their crusade to expose everyone with blood on their hands. As the two women fall further down the rabbit hole of lies and deception, they discover they have a deep connection. They quickly recognize that the only people they can trust are one another.

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Jeremy Moran is a fiction writer based in Brooklyn, New York. Shadow of Exposure is his debut novel.
He is the author of a regular blog, The Undeserving Nature of Humanities Exploited Sense of Humor (, where he chronicles the current pandemic through the lens of his personal relationships and muses about how humanity will be permanently altered by this circumstance. Jeremy participates annually in a traditional Burns Night, where local writers and enthusiasts alike gather to pay homage to the famous poet, Robert Burns, by reading original works or those by the revered literary figure. He continues to develop new works of fiction that focus on the conditions of modern existence with eccentric characters that highlight the mundane happenings of daily life which are universal to every human experience.