Retired from the IT profession, this author now rakes up thirty years of fiction ideas into original sub-genres. The works will vary: theatrical plays, children's adventure, space opera, suspense, and comedy.
Sequel to Holy Tigers. The world believes that Adolf Hitler is dead. Vengeful Nazis have resumed development of wartime super weapons. They've also struck a cruel blow against the holy women of Santa Jalisse. Big, big mistake.
The Convent of Santa Jalisse faced annihilation during World War II. Brutal Nazi SS occupied holy ground. Allied carpet-bombing was imminent. Fugitive student nuns prayed for deliverance. If only the Savonne River Bridge would just go away, armies would be forced to divert. Their home could be liberated. Providence answered the nuns' prayers by putting a powerful German panzer into their hands.
Father Paddy squares off against a fallen angel who has the power to unravel decades of human history. The priest must rescue both a mother and son from a fatal trap, a diabolical dilemma laid down by the scheming destroyer.
Solar flares have knocked out radio transmissions. Rookie cop Billy McConnell is transporting a frail mental patient who claims that space aliens are after her. The impaired words of this suffering girl prick his conscience. Her eyes touch his soul. But more serious, they are indeed being hunted. Cut off from support, McConnell must sort out trauma from truth, personal feelings from regulations.