Eighteen year old Twins Jan and Jani discover the existence of alternate Earths in a most unusual way. The first exploring party from another alternity immediately recognize that twins Jan and Jani Jenkins have a powerful but unrealized talent for creating apertures into alternate worlds, but at the same time the twins suddenly realize they can spot an aperture and the person who formed it at a considerable distance, a talent they didn’t even know they had. The explorers from the Pankan Empire on another Earth have never seen the like of the twins, especially after they learn to create apertures to other worlds. The Panks are determined to not only subdue our Earth but to capture or kill the twins before they can develop their great ability to a point where they could help America and her allies resist the invasion. Within days, following one narrow escape after another, the Twins keep learning more and more about their abilities.
Apertures: Book Two continues the story of the discovery that rare individuals can create apertures into alternate earths, and of twins Jan and Jani Jenkins of our Earth, who have a great talent for creating those apertures. The alternate Earth of the Pankan Empire is bent on war and the Jenkins twins lead the way in finding allies on other alternate earths to resist their invasion. They also take on special missions to the Nazi-like Panka that involve huge risks--and huge rewards. The Apertures universe is full of surprises, romances and conflicts, where a beautiful traitor from our earth is bent on helping the Pankanss win the war unless the twins and the Alternate Special Forces of our Earth can prevent it.
The Afterlife isn’t what Daniel Nelson thought it would be. What if he discovers that many aspects of human behavior is influenced by the deceased? And what if he discovers that all is not right in the afterlife. In fact, he can be killed again and this time he’ll really be dead!
An unmanned alien ship suddenly appears from a point in space within the solar system and heads toward Earth. It finally comes to rest in the pasture of an ordinary couple's country home. Immediately upon going inside, they are placed in irrevocable, sole command by the ship's computer. How Dan and Stacy Saddler handle the enormous military, political and religious pressure of choosing a crew and taking the ship back through the enigmatic warp point makes this one of Darrell Bain's most exciting novels.
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When a laboratory technician on the verge of retirement accidentally infects himself with blood from an emergency room patient, he intends to report it-- until government agents swarm the hospital, confiscating every sample of blood taken from the patient--at gunpoint. Read a chapter excerpt. ISBN: 1-933353-72-4
Adventure. The Willard Brothers stay busy outwitting and outfighting the bad guys, but still have time to turn the war zone into a party zone, flummoxing the high brass, chasing nurses, relieving the Army of unneeded supplies and taking Vietnam by storm. Amazon; Barnes & Noble
Shadowy monsters, alternate worlds, and a lonely scientist racing against time, make this latest offering from popular author Darrell Bain and collaborator Barbara M. Hodges a page-turning adventure that strings the suspense out to the last page." Read a chapter excerpt. ISBN: 1-933353-79-1
A man-made virus is killing all the blacks in the world. The African continent is devolving into complete chaos. Blacks in America begin rioting and killing Whites. Israel and the Arab states go to war again. The oil fields of the Middle East and Africa are up for grabs... Darrell Bain's most controversial novel since "The Sex Gates."
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The Starship Down
A starship on a circuit to service earth's colonies is sabotaged and winds up irrevocably lost in space. The only option is to find a habitable planet to live on. Aboard the ship is a contingent of convicts bound for a prison planet, an army company rotating to one of the colony worlds, government officials and scientists going or coming from the colonies, a contingent of prospective colonists going out to pioneer and a miscellany of other passengers. A crew of two hundred fifty is now responsible for a thousand people after they finally find a new world to settle on. Add in a mad captain, combative convicts and some unworldly aliens and it becomes all that acting Captain Travis Callahan can handle-and then some!
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The Frontier Rebellion
The Freedom Alliance consists of twenty frontier planets which revolt against the tyranny of the corporation-controlled Earth but above all against their corporate masters that control almost every facet of life on their planets. The surprise revolt succeeds at first but then the Earth Navy comes back, bringing enough warships and corporation army troops to subdue the rebels, they think. Unfortunately for them they have never come up against people like Maria Santos, Calvin Helos, General Juanita Sanforth and other brave patriots willing to sacrifice all for a chance to run their own lives. Forced underground, they prepare for a second revolt, using their hidden navy built from confiscated transports, obsolete weapons that have not been used for half a century, an underground army training in the jungles and finally a unique ally, the Elves of Weaver. Even then success is not guaranteed. Lives will be sacrificed, ships will be lost and the fight will be fiercer than they ever believed, but the Freedom Alliance is determined to succeed. Their people will live free or die trying.
The Frontier Rebellion is another masterful novel by Darrell Bain, author of Human by Choice, Alien Infection, Starship Down, The Long Way Home and many others.
Human by Choice. SF. Best-selling science fiction print author Travis S. "Doc Travis" Taylor and best-selling ebook author Darrell Bain have combined talents to produce a new science fiction thriller. Several alien lifeboats make it to earth in widely separated spots after their interstellar spaceship malfunctions. One of the aliens comes down near the home of Kyle Leverson, a former army intelligence officer and now a widowed science journalist. The aliens think they can never go home but they are able to convert their bodies into duplicates of human beings over a period of time. Kyle helps the alien during the process as it becomes a human female, yet retains its previous knowledge and abilities, including a powerful perceptive sense unlike anything known to humans. What Kyle doesn't realize is that the alien intends to become a human female in every aspect, with him as the teacher. How does one instruct an alien from a wildly different culture in every characteristic of human behavior, including sex? It's a chore far harder than Kyle Leverson ever imagined, especially since he and his alien guest have to contend with the other aliens, who are being instructed (or in a couple of cases, captured and abused) by different groups of people in several other nations. Their outlook on what it means to be human is different from Kyle's and the results will be evident when the aliens have to fight each other, even though they've never done such things before. Fortunately for Kyle, his alien is a fast learner. But it also becomes such a compatible and beautiful human female that he finds himself falling in love. A truly thoughtful and sophisticated science fiction novel, by Travis S. Taylor, the author of Warp Speed, The Quantum Connection and Von Neuman's War (in collaboration with John Ringo) and Darrell Bain, the multiple award-winning author of Alien Infection, Strange Valley, Savage Survival and The Melanin Apocalypse.
The Y Factor. SF. When a stranger invades geneticist Mai Trung's office, he has to say only one word to get her interested in leaving with him: Xenobiology. Rumors have been rife about aliens on Earth, but only a select few know that they arrived on widely scattered lifeboats from a wrecked spaceship. Mai is brought into the secret group working with a few of the surviving aliens because they have one trait that is almost incredible for its implications: They can turn themselves into perfect humans. More than perfect, actually. Closer to superhuman. And Mai is told she will be working with one of the aliens in order to help figure out how to apply that ability to humans; to heal injuries, to slow or even reverse the aging process, to make oneself healthier or more attractive. In the meantime, other scientists are re-engineering some of the alien technology in order to build a faster-than-light spaceship before other nations who have captured aliens do so. From that first word in her office, Mai begins an incredible journey that will eventually take her to the stars and into a whole new existence.
SF. The Cesperian Alliance. As Earth becomes an interstellar species, the ramifications hit home -- literally. Alien Cresperians scattered all over Earth; enemy Snappers seeking to expand their interstellar empire in any way they can. And Sergeant Edward "Bang" Bangler finds himself in the midst of two of the biggest battles he's ever been in -- a battle for his heart, and a battle for his home. In one mission of interstellar exploration, Earth finds perhaps its greatest allies and its greatest enemies, as they and the Cresperian race discover the inimical race of Snappers, a multiple stellar system empire of ruthless ferocity. Unfortunately, when the Snappers decide to expand their domain to include the Cresperian and Earth systems, the two civilizations must find a way to work together in order to prevent their own extermination.
Life on Santa Claus Lane. Mainstream humor. If you can get through this book without laughing until your ribs are sore, you are a rare exception and haven't got a funny bone in your body. Amazon
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Doggie Biscuit!. Mainstream humor. This book is dedicated to all those who have taken a pet into their home and made a people of it.
Laughing All the Way. Mainstream humor. At last! The hilarious sequel to the five star rated Life on Santa Claus Lane is back! The bumbling adventures of a Christmas tree farmer and his saintly wife who (mostly) overlooks his aversion to work, his inability to handle anything mechanical without a life and death struggle, his aversion to work, his misguided attempts at cooking, his aversion to work, and the foibles of life on a farm his wife has to work to support while he is trying to become a writer. Don't miss it!
Tales from a Texas Christmas Tree Farm (Prequel). Mainstream humor. When a couple in their forties move to the country and start a Christmas tree farm, with no idea at all of what they are getting into, you have all the makings of some hilarious stories. From start to the present day, read about everything you never knew about Christmas trees and how they're grown and marketed. Darrell and Betty did things two ways: the wrong way first, of course, which is what makes the book funny, from selling trees with aphids in them to hired hands who shaved trees to the bone to lost pets and endearing lost children, to grandmas trying to keep track of kids to wily customers trying to pull a fast one, all of them out searching for that "perfect tree". Prequel to Life on Santa Claus Lane.
A clerk working in the census bureau discovers a series of anomalies in the population of a small city located in the Ozark Mountains.
"An excellent SF suspense thriller that will have the reader wondering what normal really means. Tight, fast paced, fun to read. I loved it! I bet this is why some people think the way they do!" ~ Reviewed by Dinah Roseberry. Read a chapter excerpt ISBN: 1-931201-23-4
Postwar Dinosaur Blues(Book One) Available now. Adventure. After the Vietnam War, the hard drinking, adventurous Williard brothers decide to go hunting for a purported dinosaur living in the Congo. Flying a beat up old plane, pursued by the Mafia, carrying a half million in drug money they don't know they have; they are shot at, shot down, almost eaten by Mokele Mbembe and finally are captured by a tribe of Pygmies.
Bigfoot CrazyAvailable now. Adventure.
The second (or third if you count Medics Wild!) novel in the Williard Brothers series. The brothers have become heir to evidence of aliens on earth which might mean very advanced technology if the downed ship can be found. A wild chase involving the Williard Brothers, the CIA, Russian Spetnetz Commandos, The U.S.Army, FBI, the Mafia and others winds up in the wildest part of northern Alaska, but an Eskimo girl holds the key to the prize! Amazon; Barnes & Noble Read a chapter excerpt.
Robyn's Rock. Cupid and a Gremlin bump heads, the sparks fly in a rare fantasy story by the author. Others stories in the collection include A Simple Idea, an almost ludicrously simple method of eliminating corruption and idiocy from the political process, Cure for an Ailing Alien finds a nurse who must come up with a cure for an alien, one whose bodily processes are completely unknown. You’ll be amazed at her cure! Retribution is the story of unexpected consequences when alien meets human. Robyn’s Rock is partially based on a happening in the author’s life during a walk with his granddaughter. There are many more stories in this collection, all written in Bain’s own inimical style that have kept readers coming back for more over a twenty year span. This a book to add to your collection, stories by a notable, award winning author.
Hotline to Heaven. Romantic comedy. Darrell considers Hotline to Heaven one of his best books, and quite different from anything else he's ever done. Humor, chicanery, sex, betrayal and romance, along with enough twists and turns to keep you guessing until the end. It has such a fun plot that it will even have you wondering who you should be cheering for, the rascally villain Ed Tanner, or the innocent young Violet. Amazon; Barnes & Noble