The economy teeters on the edge of ruin as strange events invade the last metropolis capable of maintaining the balance.
An early rainy morning brings the inexplicable destruction of two metro trains, leaving nothing but questions behind for reporter Beau Bradley. Was it a terrorist attack or just an unfortunate accident? The answer could tip that balance and usher in an era of depression that the country may never recover from.
Bill Wyburn, former chief of Orchid, is drafted back into service to help find a solution to this unfolding puzzle. With his expertise, the covert military organization recruits Nick Miller, a battle-hardened captain, to lead a fresh squad of soldiers into the growing phenomenon, and search for the source.
Meanwhile, a lone survivor knows the truth.
Praise for A Blue Horizon:
“...masterfully lays a tapestry of questions begging for answers… like a government conspiracy novel with elements of mystery and the supernatural…” -Mickey Ann, Author of Gods Behaving Badly
“…gripped me… a page-turner from page one…” -Bernetta Haynes, Author of Landrien Moriset
“…excellent character building, interesting sub-plots and exceptional descriptive prose throughout…” -Ralph Jones, Author of the Slaughter Series
What Others are Saying:
“Enjoyed it immensely. Looking forward to Book 2…” “There are many undercurrents for those who like subtle intrigue. Twists and turns abound…” “…one of the few books I will read more than once…”
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I was sipping my coffee, as I do first thing in the morning, when a mysterious chest appeared on my doorstep. Inside its solid gold crust lay a satin interior, and nestled on top was a golden ticket. Reaching in, I picked it up – It was from my editor. It read, “Legendary Gary – Get it done by the 19th!” followed by a secret code.
I couldn’t believe my luck, I’d wanted to review the game since I first seen it. The artwork felt like it came from a Heavy Metal magazine, the music was somehow reminiscent of the Talking Heads, and the gameplay looked like a cross between adventure and RPG. I was elated. Looking down at the elaborate packaging that my prize arrived in, I realized one thing was for certain…