FICTION FACTORY INCORPORATED is the creative wheelhouse of author A.J. Grea, who was born in Knoxville, Tennessee. Having an affinity for horror, sci-fi, and fantasy, A.J. began writing ... Read full author bio >
The creation of The Enigma Series stories are a combined effort between Breakfield and Burkey.
Charles V. Breakfield likes travel in Texas on a motorcycle, World War II history, wine ... Read full author bio >
"Another stellar installment. Breakfield and Burkey show no signs of slowing down in an ever improving series."
Don Brobst, born in New Jersey and educated in Chicago, is a practicing physician and the Medical Director of the State of Alabama. Trained in family practice in Illinois, Don ... Read full author bio >
"Brobst is a talented storyteller, and he expertly unspools his plot to maximize both tension and suspense. He draws on his own experience as a doctor and traveler in Africa to create a world that feels both weighty and credible . . . A well-constructed, immersive adventure set in Central Africa."
Dr. Chiapco is a board-certified US physician in private pediatric practice in Central, Florida. He graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Biology in 1990 and obtained his medical degree ... Read full author bio >
John Oehler is a multiple award-winning author of thriller/suspense novels. His stories are often compared to those of Michael Crichton, Dan Brown, and Wilbur Smith. John has worked in ... Read full author bio >
"Oehler delivers a fusion of mainstream thriller and historical fiction, reminiscent of The Da Vinci Code."
Born in Cambridge, England in 1950, Ed had lived in France and the USA.
Ed has always particularly enjoyed reading stories about upheaval and chaos, whether fictional or not. Books ... Read full author bio >
"“A family deals with a sleepy Northern town’s secrets in this enjoyably energetic romp.” – Kirkus Review for Bad Days in Broadacre.
“Rich with world history and a burning central question, the story provides an array of real-life characters and fascinating locations.” – Kirkus Review for The Black Carriage."
'Chasing Squirrels in Retrospect' is semi-autobiographical, which is quite embarrassing really - if you've read the book then you'll understand.
Born in 1979, Stephanie Lawless is originally from Widnes ... Read full author bio >
"This novel is apparently inspired by the chick-lit genre, but it’s heavier on humor and lighter on drinking and promiscuity. Georgia’s story, told in the first person, is almost always humorous, except when circumstances turn heartbreaking"
Elizabeth Segrave writes genre-bending novels reflecting her interests in travel, art, mystery, romance, and science fiction. She is currently hard at work on Book Three in her MEMORIA series. Read full author bio >
"Multiple genres come together to form a rewarding, incomparable novel."
J. B. Manas is co-author of the bestselling sci-fi thriller, The Kronos Interference, which Kirkus Reviews called “impressively original” and a “tour de force.” The book was named to Kirkus ... Read full author bio >
"An impressively original take on alternative history."
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