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A Bridgeport native has published his first book.

T. Michael Martin graduated from Bridgeport High School in 2006 and his book, "The End Games" will hit book shelves May 7.

Martin said his home state had a big influence on his story.

"I thought it would be neat to explore that supernatural feeling in an exciting action-driven story. They other reason why I set the End Games in West Virginia is that I wanted to portray the state in a more positive way," Martin said.

The book will be available in book stores and on Amazon starting May 7.

Martin will be at the Meadowbrook Mall on Saturday at 1 p.m. for a book signing.