Even after five thousand years, riches can be found among the First Stellar Civilization’s dead, shattered worlds—with luck and the right coordinates—Holtz Mitsumi has neither.
But as he watches hope and his last credit disappear on a failed voyage prospecting for lost First Civ tech, Mitsumi stumbles on a mysterious artifact in the wastes of an abandoned alien city.
Compelled to find the artifact’s origin, but struggling to finance the expedition, Holtz meets the enigmatic Aber Chandra who persuades him to make another prospecting run. After scraping together a rag-tag crew, they embark with high hopes.
But nothing is as it seems, and this run may be the end of Mitsumi and his crew.
When Abby Harris takes her faithful German shepherd out for a hike in Oregon’s beautiful mountains, getting abducted by aliens isn’t even a blip on her radar. Her trusty can of bear spray and pocket knife aren’t much help against the seven-foot monsters who swoop in out of nowhere to transport her to a ship in space.
Nicolai Nekbet is Crown Prince for the House of Nekbet on the planet Raiden. Unable to bear healthy children with females of their own species, Raiden warriors must hunt for a bride outside their own world. Nicolai has his heart set on a human even though their planet is protected by an ancient species called Laizahlian. When he sees the tall blonde-haired beauty out in the mountains with only a dog by her side, he knows he must have her.
With Abby safely on his ship, Nicolai injects her with his shaprata, his essence. His shaprata will change her on a cellular level, making them compatible for procreation, but he must still work hard to win her heart. If she rejects their union, it could easily mean his death.
A Second in Eternity is the true story about the author’s 1977 "near-death, out-of-body" experience, one that changed his life forever and still inspires and empowers him to this day.
Over the course of a day or so, Mr. Wimmer found himself becoming increasingly more psychic, minute-by-minute and second-by-second, able to see, feel, and know things, especially the immediate future, at will and with uncanny clarity. Within days, the intensity escalated to the point where he could no longer remember what 'normal' life was like.
After a week of experiencing such phenomena non-stop, while pacing down a crowded sidewalk, he was involved in a head-on collision with a speeding car.
He instantly left his body, felt amazing bliss, and witnessed the accident from above while expanding outward in all directions, like the surface of a balloon being instantly filled with air. Losing all sense of a personal self, he experienced ecstasy and beauty beyond description for what seemed like an eternity, then returned to his body, sprawled out on the chaotic street.
Still, he clearly realized what had happened. He was gone from my body for only seconds of Earth time, but for what seemed like an eternity in the highest of dimensions.
A Second in Eternity takes the reader on a vivid voyage through the mind and soul of one becoming overwhelmed by psychic phenomena. It describes the onset and escalation of the unfiltered perception that takes over when the wall that usually separates the conscious and subconscious minds begins to dissipate. This story reveals the steps I went through in unknowingly going from normal everyday consciousness to dimensions and worlds beyond imagination, to being at one with the Infinite, and to returning back to the world of space and time on Earth... as a different person.
A Second in Eternity contains the remaining paperwork and copies of the original police and court reports taken from microfilm, but with all the names blocked out for privacy concerns.
After his business partner commits suicide under mysterious circumstances, Doctor Lawrence Rosewood is unwittingly thrust into a desperate battle to stave off a consortium of criminals who have set their sights on gaining an unwelcome foothold in his Golden Ages chain of retirement homes.
At first glance, it appears to be just a normal takeover attempt, but when their sinister motivations behind the unsolicited move become apparent, the psychological chess match between Larry and his opponents turns deadly.
Rosewood’s predicament worsens when he discovers that Ted Villeneuve, his best friend and business partner, has committed a crime that could cause their empire to disintegrate beneath his feet.
With his business and love life in disarray, Larry meets a young man afflicted with a rare genetic condition. Their instant friendship provides Doctor Rosewood with the inspiration and assistance to turn the game in his favor.
ONE LAST MOVE is a fast-moving suspense-filled tale, guaranteed to make you want more. The plot is intricate but cohesive. Rosewood’s last move turns out to be an unexpected stroke of genius, bringing the fast-paced story to a satisfying conclusion.
Good reading for mature readers.