Philosophy and psychology converge in this taut political thriller. “Reparations Core” is an ambitious satire full of richly drawn characters, keen insights, and dazzling sci-fi flavors. An embattled president tries to keep her grips on power. A disgraced FBI agent is given a last chance. An aging scion gambles his legacy in a shocking conspiracy. Get to the Core! Series Book Three. 47,500 words.
Greg is a divorced dad who spends most of his time drinking and gambling out on the golf course. But his foreign girlfriend Karla—who happens to be half his age—also demands plenty of attention. Frustrated with his job and haunted by the ghosts of his divorce, Greg strives to connect with his sons while fending off the ex-wife—and at the end of the day, just try to make a few putts. 40,000 words.
Election Season, 2028. A darkly comical journey into a world where virtue signaling has become religion. The government is reeling after a hack into the database used by the Historical Reparations Administration. Panicked techno-refugees flood the Church of Modestianity. The “Reparations USA” cast returns to discover that often the greatest doubts come from within. (Series Book Two. 59,000 words.)
This is the story of everyday people caught in the crossfire between idealism and technology. America, 2028: Reparations for the nation's colonial past is the law of the land. A supercomputer processes historical documents to calculate each citizen's Debit Score. "Reparations USA" is filled with both heart and humor within a constricting surveillance state. (Series Book One. 37,000 words.)