Christopher David Petersen (1963 - 20??). Born and raised in Connecticut. As a child, I was always daring and reckless. Never one to let common sense stand in the way of a great adventure, my bold feats of stupidity were legendary... Huckleberry Finn would have been proud.
"Surprisingly", that same spirit carried over into adulthood, as I sought out entertainment that included: scuba diving; ski Mountaineering; mountain biking; Rock, Ice and Mountain climbing; flying planes; golf, motorcycles, the stock market and of course, experimentation with various alcoholic refreshments.
Later in life, writing became an extension of my deep desire to experience "new and exciting worlds". I have written several books, but none have been published through any formal channels... I've heard the process is long, painful and laborious, the thought of which sickens me. My foray into e-publishing came after a friend suggested my works could fetch dollars instead of dust inside my sock drawer... a righteous observation. My recent publications are the result of this advice. Further adventure/suspense novels are soon to be released.
An engineer by trade, I have worked all over the U.S. and usually write in my spare time... that is when I'm not enjoying a bottle of Scotch and a quality cigar. I am a naturally long-winded individual, so writing is what happens when I can't get anyone to listen to me anymore...
I love all kinds of genres but gravitate more towards suspense. There is nothing like the build up to a great climax... What a rush!
Please visit me at:
Book 2: The Police
After an unpleasant visit by the police, Simon’s rage grows. He can no longer sit idly by and allow his abusers to get away with their behavior. But as he makes plans to “correct” the problem, he discovers others more deserving of his time.
This is the sequel to Tear in Time... Dr. David Warner returns to the American Civil War (1863).
A teen dies on the operating table and Dr. Warner is the surgeon. Distraught, the teen's brother travels back in time to save him. Dr. Warner chases after him and is caught in a desperate struggle to save the teen from certain death. This story is epic - 138k words long.
An epic tale where the past and the present collide:
1846: Two young boys are playing in Hannibal, Missouri. One boy causes the other to fall to his death.
Present day: Gavin Carter, a retired police detective with a troubled past, discovers a journal hidden for 150 years. Will he be able to solve the mystery of the journal or will it further destroy his already precarious emotional state?
Curse of Atlantis:
In Tomb of Atlantis, Jack Roberts, an adventurer, discovered an artifact that may have belonged to a pyramid contained within the lost city of Atlantis. In Curse of Atlantis, the search for the pyramids continues. Jack must race against time to discover where the pyramid is, in order to save his love and protect the ancient secrets of Atlantis.
This is a true accounting of one of my flying adventures over New England(US).
All seemed right until all seems wrong... Flying at night, over water, in clouds with heavy rain is the not a good time to lose engine power.
Thankfully, I had Bob along.
3k word, short story
This is a true accounting of one of my climbing adventure in the Colorado Rocky Mountains.
Climbing mountains in the winter can be hard enough, but when a blizzard strikes, all Hell breaks loose and the real terror begins.
5k word, short story
Jack sees a photo of an unknown mountain in the Andes Mountains. He makes up his mind that he must climb it. He flies his plane to Peru and struggles though one crisis after another as he attempts to climb the rugged and dangerous mountain... Alone.
Is Jack's will to survive greater than the power of mother nature?
Dr. David Warner descends in a hospital elevator, and is transported in time to the Civil War, 1862. He is befriended by Dr. Jebediah Morgan, an old Civil War surgeon. Together, they fight for survival in their brutal world. David's future is never certain. An epic novel of suspense, action, thriller and drama.
5 star reviews on Amazon(dot)com