Marshall S. Thomas


Marshall S. Thomas is a retired Foreign Service Officer who served in East Asia for most of his career. Marshall attended the Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, the University of New Mexico and the University of Miami with a major in Government/ International Affairs and a minor in History. Marshall’s 35-year Foreign Service career included postings in Saigon, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Manila, Canberra and Kuala Lumpur.

Marshall currently lives in Williamsburg, Virginia with his wife Kim Lien. His youngest son Alexander, 20, is now in college studying biochemistry. His eldest son Christopher is a graduate of Radford University who studied art and graphic design. Marshall loves to write science fiction but has also written on East Asian subjects including Lotus, the story of a refugee. He was a member of Nancy Mehl’s original Write Stuff Writers Forum and is a member of C.E. Winterland’s Midnight Forum.

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Secret of the Legion
By Marshall S. Thomas
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 152,500. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2009 by Ridan Publishing. Category: Fiction
The Star has been killing her slowly. I wanted to destroy it at first, but she wouldn’t let me. It’s the future, she said. She’s right—but I don’t care. I only want to save those I love—and they’re in the past. The Star can help me, but it’s a two-edged sword. It may destroy us, but it’s not evil. It’s completely neutral. It’s mankind that is evil, not the Star.
Cross of the Legion
By Marshall S. Thomas
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 148,930. Language: English. Published: October 30, 2009 by Ridan Publishing. Category: Fiction
“I speak from the Realm of the Dead,” Moontouch said. “I see a White Death, invincible, wasting mighty empires. And innocents, trusting in you, betrayed and abandoned – by you! I see men without minds, killing without remorse, and children without hope, waving the flags of an evil God. I see you...leaving your mortal flesh, to walk among the dead...”

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