Through a Glass Darkly

Rated 4.20/5 based on 5 reviews
Computer viruses no longer exist, yet Vexen’s medical transport is held hostage by one. The hologram engineered to combat the deadly program develops an identity crisis. An alien intruder is discovered stowed away in the cargo bay. And the evil, reptilian Delphan demands immediate surrender of her ship.

Can anything else possibly go wrong?

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About Miss Mae

Miss Mae, the Pure Southern Genteel author, writes romantic mysteries. “Said the Spider to the Fly” has won awards for Find a Great Romance and Best Book of the Week for The Long and the Short of It Reviews and from The Romance Studio.

"See No Evil, My Pretty Lady" is in ebook and digital form at Smashwords, and in print at Amazon, B&N, and other retailers.

“When the Bough Breaks”, a young adult coming-of-age, has won the 2009 P & E Young Adult category, and Best Book Cover from Authors Meeting Place. A top-reviewed book, this is sold in print and ebook.

"Dove Island" has won the 2009 P & E Readers poll of a Top Ten Finisher (it finished in second place) for the Romantic Short Story category.

She also enjoys writing humor and non-fiction articles. Sme of her publications can be found in The Front Porch Magazine, Good Old Days, and WritersWeekly.


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Review by: Laurean Brooks on Sep. 5, 2011 :
It goes from bad to worse to impossible when Vexen and Remard launch out to deliver a super vaccine to Xendox. A virus invades the controls of their spaceship.

When Vexen contacts her husband, Leland for help, he sends a hologram of himself. Wait! Is it really a hologram or is it Leland? Will Vexen discover which is the evil hologram and which is her beloved husband?

Complete with visuals of gripping battles between good and evil, edge-of-the chair-suspense and a foul-smelling Gorshah spider that will make you run for cover, Miss Mae has again proven herself. This time in the SF genre.

Hang onto your chair and enjoy the ride!
(reviewed 84 days after purchase)
Review by: Larry Hammersley on May 30, 2011 :
Miss Mae has entered the SF genre with this thriller about a virus, a hologram, a nasty alien and a dilemma that Vexen, the main character, must deal with. The story line mimics her other longer stories in that you must pay close attention to details as the story unfolds. I've read two of her novels and am pleased at her continued prowess at words and crafting of an adventure.
(reviewed 39 days after purchase)
Review by: Jewel Adams on May 17, 2011 :
Miss Mae is an author that always thrills me with her story. She captures you from the first word and Through A Glass Darkly is another marvelous hit!
(reviewed 25 days after purchase)
Review by: Lynn on April 22, 2011 :
Through A Glass Darkly
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4 Stars

Whenever Miss Mae has a new book out I jump at the chance to read it. All though not a real fan of Sci- Fi there are some that do grab my attention and hold my interest so I gave this book a chance.

It is hard to write a review on a short story without giving the story line away, but I will say that this is one that will hold the interest of even those that do not care for the Sci-Fi genre. Computer virus’ holograms and a twist with an edge to it that draws the reader right into the story line along with the characters one cannot go wrong by reading this fast lunch hour book.

I have been a fan of Miss Mae’s books ever since I read her first one and I know that if one starts reading them they also will fast become a fan. From Mystery, to Sweet Romance to the latest Sci-Fi her books are worth reading. She has a knack of drawing the reader into the plot and keeping them there till the end. Give her books and shot and I feel you will agree.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Val Pearson on April 22, 2011 :
When I found out that Miss Mae had written a science fiction book, I had to check it out. Although Science Fiction is not my first choice to read, I was pleasantly surprised by Through a Glass Darkly. This book was a fascinating especially regarding the hologram. As with any short story, it's difficult for me to tell you how good it is without giving away any of the story. I will say that the twist in this book was well thought out and does not disappoint. This book includes believable characters, an involving plot line, a really ugly villian and a woman with a decision to make.

I have been a fan of Miss Mae's for quite a while and I am intrigued that she has now written science fiction. I found that I actually like this genre and look forward to reading more of it. Through A Glass Darkly is a short read so the reader can easily be whisked away to another world and all while on a lunch break. I strongly recommend this book to any reader, whether or not science fiction is a genre you regularly read. With a detailed and fast paced story full of action and adventure, how can you possibly go wrong?
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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