In true The Da Vinci Code fashion, a taut thriller filled with rival factions vying for control of the truth in a giant global conspiracy.
There were giants on the earth in those days—at least that’s what the Bible says.
But, where are they?
Did they ever really exist at all?
Are they here now?
Join the Bone Chase to find out!
Weston Ochse returns with an action-packed, high-octane solo adventure for Preacher's Daughter, and the world will never be the same again.
Iron Hat, South Dakota, has disappeared and only one eccentric local remembers it ever existed. Investigators hear him out, but decide he's just gone crazy.
When Graves Hill, a town near Leicester, also disappears with only the MP complaining he's missing some constituents, the Black Dragoons—a clandestine military unit dedicated to protecting Great Britain from supernatural threats—investigate.
Soon, the Black Dragoons and their American counterparts are working together. Preacher's Daughter is on the case, but Great Britain may never be the same again... ORDER HERE
A writer of more than thirty books in multiple genres, the American Library Association calls Weston one of the Major Horror Authors of the 21st Century
Weston has also published literary fiction, poetry, comics, and non-fiction articles. His shorter work has appeared in DC Comics, IDW Comics, Soldier of Fortune Magazine, Cemetery Dance, and peered literary journals. His franchise work includes the X-Files, Predator, Aliens, Hellboy, Clive Barker’s Midian, and V-Wars. Weston holds a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing and teaches at Southern New Hampshire University. He lives in Arizona with his wife, and fellow author, Yvonne Navarro and their Great Danes.
New Aliens Video Game Prequel
The official prequel to the huge new Alien first person shooter video game from Cold Iron Studio, where a Weyland-Yutani scientist arrives at Pala Station and finds the researchers there courting disaster... of the Xenomorph kind.
BRAND NEW ADVENTURE
Military Horror from Solaris Books
21st Century interpr-etation of the classic Arthurian novel as told from a creative writing perspective with the original and the 19th century texts included.