Award-winning author, Bruce C. Davis, is a general and trauma surgeon in the Phoenix area. After fourteen years in the Navy including duty on Guam and with the Marines he settled in Mesa, Arizona. Writing has been a passion that he has pursued for many years. He has had short stories appear in several electronic and small press magazines. That Which is Human is his first novel which won an award as the best new eBook of 2009. When not working or writing, he has been known to try his hand at woodworking, sailing, and computer gaming (World of Warcraft was once a serious addiction).
Bruce has written several science fiction books including:
Queen Mab Courtesy: First published in paperback form by CWG Press. Now revised as Blanktown and available as an eBook from AKW Books
That Which is Human: in eBook form
A number of short stories. Some are included in: Alpha Dreams, More Alpha Dreams, and The Complete Alpha Dreamer.
Bruce is currently working on a series of science fiction novels centered around a freelance cargo ship, The Profit, and her eclectic crew. The first book will be Glowgems for Profit and is due out around summer of 2011.
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That Which is Human
By Bruce Davis
Published: August 13, 2013 by
The war with the Rilz is pushing humanity to its limits and Intruder pilot Lt. Alan 'Mac' McAllister and his flying partner 'Ivan' Ivchenko are in the thick of the fighting. Battling the Lizards is bad enough, but fighting a planet full of rebel humans tests their friendship and Mac's integrity as a Naval pilot.
Glowgems for Profit
Zack Mbele needs cash fast. All he has to do is smuggle someone out of Highpoint. But it's not all that easy as a beautiful assassin and the Red Dragons gang complicate things into a maze of double-cross and murder as he races them and a shadowy paramilitary army for the greatest prize of all.
By Bruce Davis
Published: May 18, 2011 by
Tito, a Denver Dwarf, wanted for unlawful welfare evasion, dodges mechanized C.O.P.S. which attempt to return him to the tender mercies of city welfare homes and dead end vocational training.
His life was fairly hectic until he met Charlie. Then it became more exiting and difficult.
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