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Hadean 3: Completely Forked, Chapter 6

Chapter Six Brent Zindell lay flat on his belly in the dirt, a bat at his fingertips. Moving his head from side to side, he could see through the slats concealing the crawl space. The white paint had blistered and … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal—Hadean 3: Completely Forked

Coming August 20th.

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Hadean 2: Survivor Road, Chapter 4, Coming July 21st

Chapter 4 “Don’t throw the controller.” Raine Czekalski barked the order to her little cousin a second too late. The wing-shaped game controller bounced off the brown sectional and plunged toward the marble tile of the family room floor. Ignoring … Continue reading

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Hadean 2: Survivor Road, Chapter 2

Chapter 2 A soft groan raised the hair on Andrew Whiteangel’s neck. Ellen! Yanking the gun from his waistband, Drew whipped around and dashed from the master bedroom. Down the short hall, a blade of light cut across the satillo … Continue reading

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New Release—Hadean: Threshold of Extinction, only 99cents for a limited time

Our food isn’t killing us; it’s changing us—turning us into killers. For decades scientists have used viruses and bacteria to insert rogue genetic code into our food. Now human DNA is mutating. Switches are being flipped. Some will commit suicide; … Continue reading

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Hadean: Threshold of Extinction, Chapter 6

Chapter 6 Brent Zindell slapped his badge on the card reader then yanked open the door to the Child Protective Services building in downtown Phoenix. No attempt had been made to soften the institutional décor. The heels of those forcibly … Continue reading

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Hadean—Threshold of Extinction, Chapter 4

Chapter 4 Rosa’s loafers slapped the linoleum. Each footfall echoed down the hallway, overriding the buzz of the fluorescent light near the emergency exit. A wedge of bright light strobed through the open door. Same pristine white walls, same closed … Continue reading

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