Greetings! I started writing science fiction in the late 1980's because I always felt that most science fiction was missing a few things. The routine, every day life occurances always seemed to be glossed over or not mentioned at all in lieu of the high excitement items. While my writings have plenty of high excitement scenes there are also mention of routine things and how they apply from the every day life to the storyline.
The Alaytion Archives series started out as an idea of an alien race and how an every day ordinary person with above average intelligence could end up far in the future with them. As it evolved I kept finding more and more of the story to write about and it now currently spans 5 novel length books.
Another genre that I've taken up in recent years is action-adventure. From the basic shoot 'em up type scenes to complex interlocking plots of advanced spy novels.
Like many authors I weave my every day real life experiences into my work so that it becomes more alive and exciting.
A CIA operative who often works deep undercover exploiting her natural talents gets into a bad situation and ends up relying on a civilian to save her life. Little does she realize that over time he ends up becoming her guardian angel over and over again. He manages to get her skills up to what she should have had but didn’t learn in her agency training. Will it be enough?
The Alaytion Archives chronicles the evolution of the merged Blink Alliance and Alaytion Empire as they become the trading center for the Milky Way Galaxy. Ten centuries into the future some things are still the same.
Tamara Johnston, daughter of one of the most powerful Colombian drug producers is forced to deal with the realities of her heritage. After nearly losing her husband to an assassin’s bullet she realizes she will have to quickly learn the harsh realities of real life and grow up from her sheltered world that her family has provided for her during her childhood.
This sequel to Agency Assassin finds Linc Devereaux in the middle of a US intelligence agency dispute. To save face his contacts in the Mossad and the Japanese secret police move the undercover operation away from the Americans at the request of the NSA.
Published: October 6, 2011.
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I never thought of being a paid assassin as a career choice – Linc Devereaux
Hang on tight as Al DesHôtel guides you through the shadowy world of questionable arms deals, governmental assassination orders and love in all the wrong places with equally serious consequences.