For those of you just discovering me, I write “Techno-thrillers” like my mentor Michael Crichton which heavily feature science and technology. If you like Michael Crichton, you’ll like my new book “Morphed” written in the tradition of “NEXT” along with other techno-thrillers in the Crichton tradition like Ark and Bimini Road. If you like Stephen King, you’ll want to read my new book “Crooked Island” written in the tradition of Duma Key. Are you a Dan Brown fan? Then you’ll want to look forward to my upcoming book Excalibur written in the tradition of The DaVinci Code.
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New Swabia, A city of Nazis scientists believed destroyed by a nuclear bomb during Operation High Jump in 1947 led by Admiral Nimitz is found long abandoned with no signs of bodies. Where did a thousand Nazi scientists and their families go?
The USS Hawaii with its first female captain and all female crew are dispatched to ferry a mysterious stranger to Ice Station X only to find out he is not who he claims to be. Who is he? What is his mission?
Japanese robotist, Hiroshi Ishiguro, knows that somehow these events are connected. He believes his lifelong investigation of Nazi Saucers has devastating modern consequences, and a diabolical enemy unlike anything the world has ever known. Now, the USS Hawaii, its female captain Capt. Kilgore, her female crew, are racing the Russians and Chinese to solve the mystery as the trap is set. The clock is ticking.
Only Capt. Kilgore and the USS Hawaii stand between the earth and extinction.
In the tradition of The Door Into Summer by Robert Heinlein comes this new medical thriller. The year is 2033 and Obama care, a train wreck that began in 2013, has reshaped America’s future. As America is sliced up and redistricted, the official unemployment rate is 23-percent but the real unemployment rate is closer to sixty-five percent. Chicago doctor John Lange, one of the thousands of doctors laid off by nationalized healthcare in 2016 in the Central-Republic States, is disgruntled by a bitter divorce, the quality of medical care, rising crime, unemployment, riots, protests, marches, a vicious government crack down as government tries to hang onto what little control it has left in the districts, Lange begin’s to develop a Cure that he hopes will put the nationally run health care system out of business. Along with an adopted streetwise alleycat named Hero, Lange begins to care for a young, very pregnant waitress, whom he takes under his wing. Partnering with the largest gang in Chicago, the Latin Kings, who control his Ravenswood neighborhood , he along with LTK, Margie the waitress and friend Dr. John Lange, Jeffrey races to develop and distribute his CURE as the system, the city, and the nation come crashing down all around him.
The best ghost stories are read by flashlight while camping
under the stars in the summer-time while the fireflies alight or hunkering down to ride out Hurricane Sandy in front of a roaring fireplace nursing a glass of whiskey by Knob Creek. The best writers of these kind of stories are of course Stephen King or Dean Koontz and after reading Stephen King’s Duma Key during the blizzard of 2008 in Chicago, a story was beginning to form in my mind about an island in the Bahamas, the Bermuda Triangle to be exact, where a Navy Seal goes to Crooked Island Lodge for a little R &R after a hellacious firefight in Iraq with battle hardened al_Qaeda terrorists. As he shares his visions with Navy psychologist and friend, he’s not quite sure that what he’s seeing aren’t just dreams or hallucinations. Pirates coming ashore to bury treasure, a German U-boat off the shoreline and crew in search of fuel, then a spaceship lifted from the screenplay of Close Encounters Of The Third Kind. He has photo’s on his digital camera of course but as his psychologist friend says, those kind of photo’s are easy to fake. It is when his psychologist friend sees the photo of Cuban nightclub singer Esmerelda Vacca, girlfriend of Cuban Mafia kingpin Johnny Ricco sprawled on the sand crying her eyes out that the line between this world and the next becomes blurred.
For you see, Johnny Ricco’s yacht went missing in 1955.
In the tradition of James Hilton’s lost Horizon
The top of the world is not for everyone. It is an area about the size of a living room, a broken platform of rock and ice six miles up in the sky. Higher than most airliners fly. So high, in fact, that it sits in the jet stream year round and the wind beats against the mountain face at one 100-miles-per-hour. A team of confident climbers sets out to summit the face of the world’s tallest mountain known as Kun Lun (Hidden Lotus) with notable celebrities and journalists. Not long into their journey, the climbers know they are heading for disaster. Rescue teams from all over the world race to Kun Lun Advanced Base Camp at 19,000-feet yet only one of the sixty-climbers, Chicago journalist Tim Campbell, survives to face unfounded accusations as he tells an amazing tale of Khembalung, Shambhala, or Shangri-La. Did Tim Campbell make up the story for profit and fame?
Maybe true-maybe not true. Better, you believe.
How does one find nothingness?
An academic in search of truth, a jungle trekking CIA agent looking for adventure, crooked politicians, shameless smugglers, and treacherous archaeological thieves all vie for one of the greatest discoveries of our time- the origin of life on earth. The proof lies carved on a crumbling wall in a hidden temple in Thailand. The number zero.
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