I’m pleased to announce that Atticus is now available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback format. It should also be available on Barnes and Noble shortly, though it may take a few weeks. I expect an audio version to be available within a month.
This book has been a couple years in the making, so I hope it was worth the wait! Here’s the link to the book on Amazon.
In Atticus, a rookie female cop in a small Pennsylvania town finds herself in uncharted territory when she rescues a young British plane crash survivor whose only memories are from the 1940s, some seventy years earlier. Before they can even figure out who he is and how he got there, they’re chased by government agents and a ruthless Nordic assassin, all with orders to capture the stranger and kill anyone who’s seen him. Upon discovering clandestine programs and secret alien agendas, she learns that it’s not just her life that’s at stake, but all of humanity. Now, to have any hope of staying alive and saving the world, she must unlock the memories of the man she rescued, a man who may be the most dangerous of all—the man who calls himself Atticus.
I hope you all enjoy the book, and please do leave a review on Amazon if you do!
PS: The cover was designed by the amazing Kirk DouPonce of Dog-Eared Design. Kirk also designed the cover for the Kronos Interference, as well as a number of iconic covers, including books in the Narnia series, Escape to Witch Mountain, and more.
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