R. K. MacPherson


Reading both The Hobbit and The Bourne Identity in kindergarten set R. K. MacPherson's mind permanently in the clouds. Spinning tales just came naturally after that. He wrote his first novel to impress a girl in college, which failed to win her heart, but kept his mind thinking about "What if..."

R. K. MacPherson draws upon a wide array of crazy adventures and careers in his writing, hoping to add as much authenticity as possible. He received his B.A. from Pacific Lutheran University and did graduate work in anthropology at Eastern New Mexico University. He has traveled and worked around the world, lived aboard a sailboat for two years, and is inordinately fond of spicy food. He currently lives in Japan where he's working on his next novel.

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Antigone's Fall
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 85,460. Language: English. Published: August 13, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Spies & espionage
As two veterans of the war in Iraq rebuild their lives in Tacoma, they encounter a mystery with far-reaching national security implications. The deeper they dig, the more secrets they uncover—and the more exposed they become. The race for the truth leads to a desperate assault to prevent a nuclear disaster and uncover what really led to Antigone's Fall.

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cia    espionage    iraq    navy    nuclear    rangers    russia    seattle    tacoma    traitor