The U.M.I. Corp Connection

Inspector Flaatphut is back, this time teaming up with Tiffany and a whole group of miscreants to track down a leathal drug, clones, and the world's most deadly assassin. And all because his mother came to visit. More

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About Mark Anthony Tierno

A full-time author and ghostwriter, I have crafted a truly epic fantasy novel that will take you to the ends of a world of magic, alien vistas, and ultimate evil. I hold a Master’s Degree in Physics, which often plays well in my creation of other worlds, and am the author of both the Maldene series and my Inspector Flaatphut series, as well as others yet to be seen. I have just one problem with writing, though: I can't stop!

NEW: I just got a bonafide professional review by Blue Ink Reviews for both Volumes One and Two of Maldene. Here's a couple of excerpts from the reviews:

“The novel offers a rich bridge into what’s obviously a more involved story in the volumes to come—a carefully described and painstakingly detailed adventure tale that will leave even fans of Tolkien impressed.”

“Tierno remains a dynamic storyteller across the book’s considerable breadth. It seems likely that the author will pen plenty more pages to resolve the questions left unanswered in this volume.”

Here's the links to the reviews...

Blue Ink review for Maldene Volume One:
Blue Ink review for Maldene Volume Two:

About the Series: Inspector Flaatphut
The Atomic Horrors and Great Quakes of the late Twentieth Century combined with the Great Pollution Waves of the Early Twenty First produced a tired and dirty world badly in need of a new work-force. Thus were born the genetic up-lifts of the early Twenty-First Century, as species after species was uplifted into sentience to stand alongside Man in his quest for dominance and greed over an already ravaged world.

Enter Inspector Henry Flaatphut of InterSpec; a former computer hacker now stuck at what amounts to a desk job, with a 300-pound badger for a boss and a wise-cracking computer named ICy. It would be a drab existence save for his talent at finding trouble of often international implications.

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