H. W. Moss was born in Riverside, CA, on August 4, 1947, darn near one of the first Baby Boomers. Graduated Long Beach State, B. A. English Literature, 1970. M. B. A. San Francisco State University, 1988. He successfully avoided marriage and the military.
Published: January 30, 2015.
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Historical Fiction -- The whaling vessel Niantic picked passengers with Gold Fever off the beaches of Panama in 1849 and took them to San Francisco. The crew jumped ship. Niantic was hauled ashore and planted at the corner of Sansome and Clay as a hotel. Present day, Don Worthy discovers its hulk and claims the right of salvage. The story takes place in the past and present in San Francisco.
“Googol the Great” is a Robinson Crusoe of space adventure.
Stranded on a planet with no other visible civilization, Googol is under duress to return to his own kind before his exoskeleton dissolves. Trouble is he is not alone after all, and maybe that’s not a good thing.