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We tried to kill ourselves. We had the weapons. We had the desire. Somehow, we failed. Humanity survived. Go figure.

They called it the Dissolution, but it’s been a couple hundred years and if you ask around, nobody in Unity remembers what all the fuss was about. What everybody had been so willing to die for. Nobody cares.

I don’t, at least. I’ve done my part. Worked Time Vice for the better part of twenty-years putting the bad guys into a Stream dream. Now I want out.

The numbers on my arm tell me I’ll be dead soon. Less than a day left. I can live with that. What I can’t live with is knowing a Unity Leader helped Malcolm Wolfe, the man who murdered my wife and a million other innocents, escape prison.

Finding Malcolm means uncovering secrets that could tear Unity apart from the inside. But if I don’t stop him, there probably won’t be a Unity to save anyhow.

Looks like we might get a chance to wipe ourselves out after-all. Now I just got to catch him before my numbers catch me.

Every Choice Is A New World

Hari and Gerald tore a hole in space and time. It’s a small hole, but it’s a big problem. A pinprick to a new Dimension. Too small for either Hari or Gerald to fit through, but it looks pretty. They’re about to learn that pretty things can be very dangerous.

Ryol, Ambassador to the Lenoreans, must investigate the Rift on behalf of the Alliance. What she finds there could usher in the destruction of every world she’s ever known.

Time is running out for the Lenoreans to discover more of the precious energy source that powers their world. Perched upon the brink of calamity their fate is inextricably tied with Earth’s. Now, with the fate of both worlds in her hands, Falia must decide which planet to save.

 “Our mistakes as parents become the burden of our children.”

When Ricky O’Connell was nine years old he murdered his grandmother with a shattered bottle of Jack Daniels while she slept.

Nobody knows why. Not even Ricky.

Forty-two years later and Ricky still believes himself to be that little boy. The face of the man in the mirror is a stranger he’s never known.

Doctors at Pinebrook Mental Hospital, desperate to help Ricky confront the suppressed memories locked away in his fractured mind, perform a radical new therapy that will reveal the secrets buried on that fateful night. But at what cost?

Some memories are better left forgotten.

Told backwards, from ending to beginning, follow along as Robert hunts down his father’s murderer, and uncovers a secret worth killing for.

Bonus Short Story: Infidelity

A man has been sitting on the bus-stop bench outside Marcus’ house for a couple hours now, and shows no sign of getting on any form of public transportation that grumbles past.

Marcus, intent on discovering the man’s purpose, goes into spy mode and stalks the stalker. But when the truth is revealed, Marcus might just wish he’d stayed at home after-all

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    • Good question, Rupert. The second and third book in the series will be out in mid/late Fall. They’ll be coming out within a month of each other, which will be nice from a readers perspective cause then you won’t have to wait so long for the next installment, but it creates a bit more work on the front end for me, thus the lag between Time Heist and the rest of the series.


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