Tim Wheat is a children’s author, novelist, and musician. He has penned a number of children’s books including: The Wallery Woos, Fifty-Five Furlongs and Under the Sea, Deep Down in the Bog, and Mommy/Daddy Would you still love me if?, while his first novel, Rex Chase, continues to garner critical acclaim. Wheat’s weekly blog covers a wide range of subject matter and has seen its readership reach into the thousands. His musical career spans three bands and four full length albums with live performances in support of national acts including Zakk Wylde and Lamb of God. When not writing or creating music Tim enjoys spending time outdoors with his family. He is a married father of two energetic young boys and makes his home in East Peoria, IL.
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Rex Chase Novels
by Tim Wheat
Introducing a major new action writer and his undeniably charismatic college student turned hero, Rex Chase.
It’s the spring of 1937. Rex Chase pursues two doctoral degrees at Harvard University, is a standout baseball star, and has fallen in love. His lazy school days come to a quick end, though, when sinister powers bent on diabolical goals transform his life forever.
Learning massive amounts of information in a short time has always been simple for Rex Chase, but his thresholds are pushed to extremes in the following days. A raucous quest for answers exposes a global empire poised to unleash its untold wealth and unlimited power. Not only must he save his own life, and the lives of those he loves, but Chase’s adventures culminate in a powerful realization.
Only one man stands between pure evil and the abject subjugation of mankind.
That man is Rex Chase.
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The follow up to Rex Chase is The Sentinel and it is available for purchase today!
The Sentinel: A Rex Chase Novel
by Tim Wheat
Rex Chase is back! Disorder and confusion dominate after an unprovoked attack on the President speeds global consolidation of power and sinister plans come to the forefront. Costs are high, both in equipment and men, but with the clock ticking Rex deduces their tormentor's true goal. It is not subjugation. It is not adulation.The goal is obliteration. Only Rex Chase stands in the way.
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