Joe Prentis is the author of over 70 short stories and fifteen novels. He is currently working on the third novel in a series about the Middle East and doing research on a book set in the Colonial Era.
Eric had always heard that there was a fate worse than death, but he was soon to learn that death was actually worse than fate. Eric's dilemma provides a whimsical look at what can happen when things go wrong on a cosmic scale. Eric Hated Being Dead is the bittersweet story of Eric and Erin. This short novella is just the right length for a bedtime story or for an early morning commute to work.
When Archeologist John Christopher accepted a position as the Vatican’s Ambassador-at-large to try to get negotiations going in the troubled Middle East, he thought it would be just another routine series of meetings. He was soon proven wrong when he became immersed in a tug of war between the area nations that are on a collision course with terrorism.
As political conditions continue to deteriorate in the Middle East, Vatican officials urge archeologist John Christopher to accept the position as ambassador-at-large to the upcoming negotiations. Abraham's Bones is a fast paced suspense novel you won't soon forget.