Five of my novels are now available for the Kindle. Just click on the covers or the titles to get them from Amazon:
The Solar Union and the Outworld Federation had been at peace for hundreds of years, but that time was ending. Methuselah, grandfather to Noah, was leading the Solar Union headlong toward war. When it came, civilization would fall. Powerless to stop the coming deluge, Noah risked everything to survive.
An old geneticist, Paul Wilcox, becomes involved with a fifty-thousand year old archeological site that will radically change the world’s understanding of its past, with implications that will change its future. The ancient site is filled with advanced, human-built technology, and an artificial intelligence that has been waiting a very long time for someone to talk to.
Mohado — vulgar term applied to timeslipped workers. Living as virtual slaves, these desparate workers move back and forth through time at the whims of their employers. This is Aramond Smith O’Reilly’s life. Witness to his mother’s murder, kidnapped, and sold into a life of misery… He will never know where – or when – he will be. After escaping wretched conditions, Aramond rises above his situation. Purchasing a timeship, he becomes the very thing mohados dread and fear: a coyote–one of those who transports and delivers the workers to those who would exploit them.
Calling himself Harlequin, he is desperate to keep God from locking him away in Hell forever. He suspects that if he can make the right change in history, he’ll manage to escape God’s judgment. So he keeps trying, over and over again, to make changes in the past, present and future. Laurel Lapere, a historian from the 23rd century who watches history unfold through a time portal, notices an anomalous event and discovers that it focuses on a late twentieth century accountant named Keaton. She travels back in time to meet him, and together they soon discover Harlequin’s plan and try to thwart him. At the same time, Harlequin tries to use them to his own advantage.
“Why doesn’t God do something?” It was a question heavy on John’s mind. He had seen all his companions bleed and die; thousands of his compatriots had been slaughtered by a brutal tyranny. It seemed such an odd way for God to treat his most faithful servants. By 93 AD, John was just a lonely old man exiled for his beliefs on the island of Patmos. And then Jesus unexpectedly shows up with good news and an explanation.
More novels will be coming. Next on the Kindle will be the six book science fiction series, The Tableland Chronicles. Watch for them.