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MUTANT SPECIMEN L A novella published by Eternal Press
A grotesque powerful lab creature capable of medical marvels escapes, but continues to share a magical relationship with a small boy.
"A powerfully insightful story that goes into the possibilities of genetic manipulations and mutations...This fast-paced, action/adventure goes beyond mere science fiction into the realm of the speculative fiction...The result is devastatingly gruesome and downright scary."
--Emily-Jane Hill Oxford- reviewer for Prairie Journal and also Writers Who Rock
"Star Trek and sci-fi fans should know: David Orange has come a long way from his Sleepy Klingon days in Star Trek VI, and this venture into "horror with a heart" is a spellbinder with ignored science fiction overtones of our lives. His fourth tale is part "Frankenstein," part "Devil in the Dark"--and all based on a real-world eco-crisis that is truly looming in Florida. Grab "Mutant Specimen L" before it grabs you."
Larry "Dr. Trek" Nemecek,best-selling author of "The Official Star Trek: The Next Generation Companion."
Simon & Shuster digital press
Amazon Kindle Ebook $3.99
Celebrity actress Carla Cobra's past resurfaces when she's sent a play script titled Mine Game. The searing drama thinly disguises how her stepbrother, a land mine engineer in the Vietnam War was killed because of an American soldier. Carla, raging over the author's gall, prevents her family from learning about the play or of her secret involvement with her stepbrother. She searches for clues to the author's identity, and when she encounters him, playwright Jeremy Jenson lures her in to perform in the stage play, sparking anger in her younger stepbrother and father, leading to an explosive consequence. Can anyone save this family from a secret that will not die?
This Cemetery is Mine
a novelette by David Orange
A man buried alive in the famed Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn not only survives but is now able to communicate with the Spirits there, becoming more than just a medium to tormented souls with unfinished business.