Mark De Binder

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Mark De Binder (born March 31, 1958) is an American author who writes and publishes Thriller novels.

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De Binder was born in Washington D.C. and resides in Concord, Massachusetts. He attended Concord Carlisle High School and went on to graduate from Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Mark spent 23 years in the greater Boston area working for companies like Wang Laboratories, Open Market, and Stone and Webster Engineering. After his high tech career, Mark went on to begin writing novels and working with his hands. He teaches and studies Shamanism, psychic development, and foot reflexology. An intuitive and sensitive, Mark helps many people with life issues and is often reaching out to those in need.

An avid reader, Mark has enjoyed hundreds of novels. He cut his teeth on Robert Ludlum while in college, is fond of Dean Koontz, Stephan King, Vince Flynn, and Clive Cussler, to name a few. He writes intuitively, meaning he visually creates a movie of a scene or chapter before writing it down on paper. His readers appreciate the detail in his works and often feel they are "there" while reading. Thriller novels are his genre of choice for both reading and writing. His works have a natural supernatural bent due to his own "energetic" experiences.

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Chase Benton Series

Chase Benton is a Shaman and psychic detective in the "Serial" series of thriller novels by Mark De Binder.

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