By J.L. Pattison
THE KOHEN CHRONICLES
The real-life story of the author's five-year-old son's fight against the cancer (osteosarcoma) that tried to take his life, the necessary amputation of his son's leg (rotationplasty), and his son's struggle to adjust to life, post cancer. A life that's been forever changed.
WHAT LURKS BENEATH
J.L. Pattison returns to spinning his masterful short stories of suspense as he did in his previous releases Saving Kennedy, The Man Who Thought He Could Fly, and The Monster in the Well.
What Lurks Beneath contains twelve more tales reminiscent of the Twilight Zone, including a stranger who promises parents a great future for their children but who is hiding a terrible secret, a man who wakes in an unfamiliar shrinking room that he can’t escape, a visit to a mysterious town in the Nevada desert, a kids’ clubhouse fire that leads to a murder mystery, and a terrifying creature lurking in the Florida waterways.
THE RED BRIDGE
While in search of Eternal City—a kingdom whose inhabitants live forever—a pair of weary travelers discover that the city they seek lies on the other side of a great chasm and is only accessed by two bridges. However, neither man can agree on which bridge to take because picking the wrong one will end in certain death.
The Red Bridge is a full-length allegorical tale for all ages, reminiscent of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.
THE HAMMER AND THE CRESCENT
George Orwell's 1984 meets Phillip K. Dick's The Man In The High Castle in this contemporary dystopian nightmare where half the world is run by a tyranical godless ruling class, and the other half is run by a violent religious ruling class.
Follow the lives of two different characters, each trying to survive under these separate regimes.