C. B. Ash
C. B. Ash holds degrees as a Physical Scientist and Computer Scientist. Since college, he has run his own networking business, worked as laboratory technician, taught martial arts, and traveled for several years as a software engineering consultant. Currently he shares his time between software architecture, web design and slaving away over outlines for new manuscripts … when he's not keeping his cat off his keyboard.
During that time he has written several fantasy and science fiction short stories, a fantasy/murder mystery novel and several poems. One of which garnered him the Emily Dickinson Award in Poetry. His first novel, Kinloch, was published in May, 2004. The Tales of the Brass Griffin series is his latest work. To find out more, visit: http://BrassGriffin.com.
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Dead Men's Tales
The discovery of a cryptic message left by Angela Von Patterson draws the crew of the Brass Griffin into a web of conspiracy, kidnapping and death. From high above the North Atlantic, to the Highlands of Scotland, they discover a plot that threatens the very heart of the British government!
The pleas of a desperate young woman draw Captain Anthony Hunter and his crew into a race against time through the streets of Edinburgh. As the body count rises, can they catch the killer before they are next?
A hasty message from an old acquaintance will send Captain Anthony Hunter and the crew of the Brass Griffin racing to the High Fens of Belgium. There they face a twisted mastermind and his horrific minions in a murderous confrontation over an ancient statue of fantastic power!
A Children's Tale
When the crew of the Brass Griffin is hired to search for two children aboard a missing airship, they uncover a murderous plot that spans from London, England to a distant, ancient Roman ruin deep in the Jura mountains of France. Captain Hunter, Moira, Krumer and Tonks must fight against a foul plan that pits them against an evil mercenary captain bent on the children's demise!
On a routine fuel run to replenish their lightning batteries, Captain Anthony Hunter must face part of his past, save an innocent, and right a wrong before the skies turn too deadly to sail!
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