The gods are real…and they want their world back. Thousands of years ago, ancient deities fought a civil war that nearly destroyed the earth. They were defeated by a great warrior—and banished to spend eternity beyond the reach of the humans who once served them. Their war is raging once again. And once again, it will require a great hero to save humanity. Unfortunately for humanity, I’m that hero.
Ebola K Trilogy
In the jungles of Uganda, Ebola has mutated into an airborne strain. Now, all it takes is a little nudge, and the virus explodes across the planet. Panic, disbelief, and disinformation leave people unprepared to react. They hoard. They flee. They turn to violence. Austin Cooper is stranded in Africa, at the epicenter of the outbreak. His sister, an NSA analyst, is pulling strings to locate him while trying to understand what is going on. In Colorado, Austin’s parents are fighting to stay alive as millions are infected. And then billions.
When Ginger Mitchell finds out her mother committed suicide, she packs up her life as a Vegas “dancer” (hey, somebody’s gotta do it) and drives her cherry-red SUV straight home to Portland. Without a disapproving mom to rebel against, what was the point? When she arrives back in her hometown, she finds a lot more going on than fancy food trucks and put-a-bird-on-it hipsters. Murders are being passed off as suicides.