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It was suppose to be their honeymoon. Nick Stone – renowned pothead, trouble-maker, and all around Good Guy – accompanied by his mentally unstable and very pregnant wife Laurie, take a trip to Nick’s birthplace – a tiny and forgotten little island called Arabella. Home to Spanish natives and retired Naval officers, Arabella is a hidden paradise to those who know of its existence.
It’s In The Music
Have you ever really listened to music? Sometimes it’s not what we hear that can harm us, but what we can’t. When a college science professor harnesses the ability to read and control human thoughts through radio transmissions, he’s kidnapped and not heard from again. Meanwhile, a string of grotesque murders are popping up all over southeast Michigan, starting with 19-year-old Amanda Grace being methodically tortured and murdered in her apartment. No witnesses, no clues. Nick Stone teams up with laid-back Detective Jack Noble of the Detroit Police on the streets of Detroit and in the skies over Michigan to find the source of these murders, and their only clue: It’s in the music.
Itchy Donner doesn’t have much going for him. A rashy eleven-year-old growing up fatherless in a dying backwoods Idaho timber town, Itchy is obsessed with the past-specifically, his family’s past. Itchy’s the great-great-great grandson of Tamsen Donner, the Donner Party’s famous matriarch, and Itchy studies his ancestor’s history with the relentlessness that only a true nerd can muster. He and his mother Irene live poor but happy in a ramshackle singlewide, and Irene encourages Itchy’s interest and pride in his illustrious ancestors. But their predictable lives are forever turned upside-down when the wandering gyppo logger Red Donner-Itchy’s blustery, larger-than-life father-blows back into town looking to make amends for his past and put his family back together again. ITCHY DONNER is a tragi-comic tale of liars and dreamers, of the distant Donner ghosts who haunt Itchy’s present, and of Itchy’s quest to understand the past, know his father, and make his family whole again.
The slender framed boy stood and watched the beetle crawl across the rotted body of a dead cat. The wind gently ruffled his short black hair. He picked up a stick and poked at it. More beetles swarmed out of its body cavity. The English summer sun gently shined down on him causing a small bead of sweat to appear on his lip. Edan sat down beside the dead animal. Fascinated, he pushed one of its eyelids up and tried to pop out the cat’s glazed over eye.
Just Passing Through
I believe there comes a time in every man’s life when he needs to stop what he’s doing and take a good look at the choices he’s made and the direction in life those choices take him. Ultimately, bad choices will lead you down the wrong path in life — nearly every time. Though sometimes, no matter how hard you try to make the right choices, fate still finds a way to somehow make you regret it. I discovered this as I lay bound by wrists and ankles in the trunk of a cherry red 1963 Corvette convertible, somewhere on Route 322 in Pennsylvania.
Jimmy Biffman’s life has just cratered. His wife dumps him for Dr. Dwayne the periodontist, he’s downsized out of a job, and he’s living in a trailer in his best friend Erica’s backyard. So, when Erica hatches a wild scheme to recapture Jimmy’s lost youth, he’s powerless to resist. RUNAWAYS is the journey of two 40 somethings looking for a life they’re convinced has passed them by. With a naive belief in what’s possible and a foolish misunderstanding of the risks they end up completely out of their element and in way over their heads. The unsavory predators who suck them into their world know exactly what they’re doing unlike Erica and Jimmy, who, like two giddy high schoolers cutting class, have no idea what they’re in for. Their new lives won’t turn out remotely as they’ve planned…
The Variant Effect
The old furrier building in a rundown part of Metro was the perfect place to find a body, and Joe Borland knew they wouldn’t have dragged him out of retirement to see it if something hadn’t eaten its skin. It’s been twenty years since Borland battled the Variant Effect, and twenty since he let his partner get skinned alive. Now both of them are ordered back into action to meet the new threat.
Meet Nick Stone. The highlight of Nick’s day had always been smoking Jane, drinking beer, and causing trouble. Usually all at the same time. But that all changed when Dad woke up with a dead stripper in his bed. This story promises to offend you, insult you and entertain you, all at the same time. In Odd-Jobs, the author holds blatant contempt for literary merit, and the result comes off a little like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
In a slightly alternate world the minds of teen offenders are uploaded into computers for rehabilitation — a form of virtual wilderness therapy. Zach is a homo cognoscens, one of the new humans with startling but as yet poorly understood cognitive abilities who can enter the virtual Fulgrid. Though still a high school student, he is indentured to the Fulgur Corporation as a counsellor. Laura is a homo sapiens. They meet and fall in love across barriers of fear and hatred, exacerbated by Zach’s growing involvement with an underground political movement. There is some mystery as to the fate of his parents, while Laura’s dad is a prominent neuroscientist with the Fulgur Corporation. Lines of loyalty are difficult to untangle, particularly because both have suffered a certain measure of emotional trauma in their early lives. From the very first chapters there is a sense of impending tragedy.
Easier For A Camel
Easier for a camel is a mystery novel based on the author’s experiences in South Africa. The events were so strange that few people would believe them. When presented as fact, the author’s wife said, ‘You missed your vocation, you should have been a writer of fiction.’ Rewritten as fiction and presented to her as such, she said, ‘The trouble with it is it is not fiction, it’s revenge.’ This version is a mixture of fact and fiction, mostly the latter. The reader may distinguish between the two, bearing in mind that fact is stranger than fiction. It is a Christian novel that shows up much of the sham in conventional Christianity.
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