Welcome to the menagerie. Feel free to look in the cages but, please, don’t dangle any fingers. You never know what may be lurking there.
Oblivion’s Wake (112,500 words)
All David’s knowledge of his first fifteen years comes from journals describing an idyllic childhood. When a new treatment promises to return his memories, he leaps at the chance. He doesn’t know his journals are fiction.
The Mower’s Trial (5,520 words)
Spider needs all his processing power to bring a serial killer to justice in the machine ghetto.
Storyteller’s Award winner, Surrey International Writing Contest 2009
Corrective Surgery (3,510 words)
How will you hunt that woman down when you can’t even gather your own thoughts?
Published in On Spec magazine Volume 12 #1, Issue Number 40 Spring 2000
Clerk and Dagger (123,900 words)
Not all bookstore clerks have the skills to battle a team of experienced assassins. It helps that Seth is one of the messiahs.
The Hunter of the Guileless (3,790 words)
Predators walk among us. Believe it.
Nominated for the 1999 Arthur Ellis Award for Crime Fiction
Published in Storyteller magazine Fall 1998