Kenneth Teicher

Biography

Kenneth Teicher is the author of the reader acclaimed Erin and Craig action/adventure series currently including THE ALKANO LETTERS, THE CARTHAGE CONNECTION and CARVED IN STONE. The series follows the exploits of archeologist Erin Mathews and ex CIA agent Craig Johnson. These stories are the result of the author’s amateur passion for archeology that developed during more than forty-three years of travel to countless archeological sites in more than 37 countries. Science Fiction is the author’s other area of interest. Books include GATEWAY: THE SHAULA INTERVENTION, which is currently available; A MATTER OF TIME and THE MISSION, soon to be published; and his current work in progress, THE YESTERDAY TREE. The author and his wife count New York City, New York as their primary residence and maintain a second home in Los Angeles, California. They have two daughters and five grandchildren.

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The Yesterday Tree
By Kenneth Teicher
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 96,720. Language: English. Published: March 2, 2014. Category: Fiction
Two groups face off at a distance of only a few feet but also five hundred years. One intent on investigating Earth’s first genuine alien encounter. The second on a mission to save Mankind. In the 25th century, decedents of Earth have settled twenty-three worlds. A genetic disease, claiming millions of lives, confounds medical science. Facing the impossible task of tracking the illness, they must
Erin & Craig 3 Book Action/Adventure series
By Kenneth Teicher
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 270,860. Language: English. Published: October 26, 2013. Category: Fiction
This eBook contains the following three stories that comprise the Erin & Craig action/adventure - archeological thriller series. Book 1: The Alkano Letters -- Book 2: The Carthage Connection -- Book 3: Carved In Stone
Gateway: The Shaula Intervention
By Kenneth Teicher
Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 112,240. Language: English. Published: May 24, 2012. Category: Fiction
Anthropologist Susan Merniehm and Kiel Tarragot, criminal investigator with the Investigator of the Coalition of Planets. Thrown together when an explosion occurs at a remote mining site: Susan, to investigate alien artifacts and Kiel to investigate the accident. An officer of a mining company, confounds Kiel’s inquiry. A fantastic apparatus the Gateway sends them on an amazing adventure.
Carved In Stone
By Kenneth Teicher
Series: Erin and Craig Books, Book 3. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 87,400. Language: English. Published: April 26, 2012. Category: Fiction
An excavation in the Andes pits a team against descendants of the Inca. The high altitude is easy compared to the attacks the team endures. Brawls, break-ins and abductions force the team to seek protection of the army. Half the team leaves fearing for their lives. A cave is explored leading to a remarkable find. But a mysterious cave-in buries the leader, hiding forever the fantastic discovery.
The Carthage Connection
By Kenneth Teicher
Series: Erin and Craig Books, Book 2. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 89,640. Language: English. Published: March 18, 2012. Category: Fiction
Pursuit of lost knowledge from the ancient world pits a team of archaeologists against the archaic Cult of Tanit. Priceless scrolls believed to have been rescued from the Library at Alexandria, may be buried in the harbor of ancient Ephesus. As the team digs, members of the Cult launch a campaign to scare them away. Facing down the Cult leads to a fantastic discovery.
The Alkano Letters
By Kenneth Teicher
Series: Erin and Craig Books, Book 1. Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 94,110. Language: English. Published: March 17, 2012. Category: Fiction
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A team of archeologists discover 24 ancient letters in the Middle East. The letters, written during the life of Jesus, have historic implications for the Christian world. An ancient sect will stop at nothing to stop the team. their activity escalates to abductions, armed attacks and murder. The story concludes with the amazing resolution of the puzzle of the letters.

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  • A Woman To Die For on May 27, 2013
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    A Woman To Die For is an entertaining short story. A lot is left to the imagination, but the author, Jim Davis, kept me reading. I would certainly not want to be in the shoes of the private investigator, Jack Benhorn. Every scene in the story was a bit frightening. For example, entering a bar and having all of the patrons point their guns at you is just plain overwhelming. I’ve never been to Texas, and wonder if towns like Cattone really do exist. There is a twist at the end that I should have seen coming. I won’t, of course, spoil it for other readers. There was enough here for a full-length novel, that I would have found equally enjoyable.
  • Portrait of Conspiracy on Aug. 21, 2013
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    Unlike a few other people, I was not turned off by the few formatting and editing issues. I found this story to be a fast reading page turner. Half-way through I felt like a detective, attempting to unravel the mystery before the author revealed it. Although at the beginning of the story a number of seemingly unrelated characters are introduced, the author quickly ties them into a very neat package. I thoroughly enjoyed Davis's story and plan to read more of his work.
  • Hunger Moon on Sep. 06, 2013
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    I read a wide range of genres and am always interested in reading something different. I have never read a book of this kind. Fantasy stories are seldom on my radar. I was ambivalent when I began reading Melissa Snark’s Hunger Moon. Very happily, I discovered the book to be an interesting read and a thought provoking story. I enjoy mysteries and always attempt to guess where the author is going. Snark kept me guessing wrong. Underneath this multi-leveled fantasy, we find a young, beautiful werewolf, Victoria Storm. ‘Vic’ is locked in conflict not only with hunters seeking the destruction of her pack and an evil witch threatening her goddess arranged mate, and the life of his son, but also with her own need to find an alpha to help her lead her pack. Snark keeps throwing effective roadblocks in front of Victoria, the brother of a dead lover; her own mysterious goddess; a strange librarian; Lori, the ghost of her potential mate’s wife; and most important Logan, the son of Arik, her prospective life mate. Not being at all versed in this type of fantasy, I found all the unique attributes of the werewolf world intriguing. Victoria’s travels to Valhalla and her Nordic connection added yet another layer of fabric interwoven into her complex world. The final battle in the story (the outcome of which I would never give away) has just enough of a twist to bring everything together in an entertaining finale. Snark certainly left me wanting to read more. Throughout the book, I felt like Logan and Victoria were siblings more than anything else. I can remember vicious fights with my own sibling when we were younger. We’d often wait for TV commercials to come on before jumping at each other’s throats and stop immediately when the program began again. Of course, we became best of friends later in life. I wonder how Snark will develop Logan and Victoria’s relationship in the next book, I hope she writes. Will the pair build a warm relationship or will they always be at war? Though this story boils to to a young woman seeking a husband, the fact that it is couched in the mythical world of werewolves makes it so far above an adolescent romance that it is an enjoyable and interesting read for anyone with a willingness to have their belief in the ‘real’ world tested.