Descent of the Vile is a character-driven dark science-fiction novel about starting over in the midst of an apocalypse.
Photographer Jackson Riley is annoyed. He gets called to an unusual job where he’s given few details, and the client doesn’t seem to understand the time involved in taking large format photographs, which they specifically requested. Even worse, he almost misses the shuttle bus taking him back to his vehicle. But that’s when his entire life changes.
He barely escapes a horrifying peril on the shuttle and races away in his car, only to rescue an enigmatic woman named Nadine who barely speaks to him. In doing so, he wonders what strange new terrors he’s discovered. Seeking to uncover the answer to the mystery, he drives away from the city and hopes to outrun any danger while also keeping his new companion safe. Eventually, however, he is no longer sure that running for the rest of his life is enough. To end the threat, he thinks he may have to return to the starting point but wonders if Nadine is too traumatized to face it again. Facing the choice of what to do with the mysterious woman he supposedly rescued, he must decide if he will protect her at all costs or if he will put her at risk to save the last of humanity.
Descent of the Vile (Novel – to be released December 20, 2022)
The Blood Hotel is the thrilling conclusion to the Descent of the Vile duology.
Jackson Riley has settled on the coast with Nadine Dardenne, when a familiar foe returns. With no technology at their disposal, they flee. But the enemy has changed tactics, and they aren’t as safe as they seem.
The Blood Hotel (Novel – TBA)
The Chimera Gambit is a sci-fi novella about second chances and perception versus reality.
Carlos Nava is at a crossroads. An Earth ship goes missing in the outer solar system, and he feels compelled to investigate, even as his own life is falling apart. The elusive B’Noth may be responsible, but he soon wonders if something more ominous is at work, which may even threaten the entire Earth fleet and the planet he calls home.
The Chimera Gambit (Novella – TBA)
Red Shift: Enigma is a 170,000-word character- and plot-driven science-fiction drama, the first in a series, about friendship and redemption set amid the perils of an interplanetary Cold War. Earth is embroiled in a bitter war of ideologies with the surveillance-focused planet Sua Isame. The Isameians accuse Earth of stealing technology, and Earth is attempting to build an arsenal to defend themselves from an enemy that seems far more advanced.
Alan Sterling is a BBC America reporter living in Washington, D.C., when he sees Malaya running from two ominous-looking men who are chasing her. He aids her escape, and the two of them flee. They have the biomechanical tracking chip removed from her brain, thinking she will be safe, but they are soon on the run from the FBI. They must then solve a mystery in order to clear their names, and they soon wonder if it is really the FBI they are truly running from, and if they will ever be safe unless the Cold War is ended.
The city of Khonsu has sent daily transmissions from the planet Reiddo for ten years. Then one day, the transmissions stopped coming. Earth launches an investigation that may uncover secrets more deadly than they had imagined.
The City That Disappeared (Novel – Querying)
Wynne Lift is a wealthy recluse, missing from society for over twenty years. Professor Livingston and reporter Peter Wylie investigate rumors of Mr. Lift’s current location in a cave in the desert, but what they find is far from what they expect.