R.F. Moltzon grew up outside of New York City and attended the University of Maryland, where he earned a degree in Information Systems Management. He has traveled extensively in more than forty countries on five continents and throughout the United States. In addition to fiction, Mr. Moltzon writes frequently on political affairs and has been a contributor to several newspapers and periodicals.
Published: November 29, 2011.
Fiction » Horror » General
Stanley is a pervert. He’s always wishing for things and is often clever enough to get them. Just before he becomes the victim of a traffic accident, he wishes for a world in which he soon finds himself.
Failure to Melt shows why an American son of a victimized immigrant family might turn against his country. The suspense-filled thriller explores a scenario all too possible in today’s world of domestic terrorism: could an incurable virus be imported into the country and launched on the American public?