Books

The following books are available in various formats, including print, Kindle, Nook and Kobo Readers:

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The Fat Lady’s Low, Sad Song – Courtney Morgan is a female knuckle-ball pitcher trying to break into professional baseball. Parker Westfall is an aging slugger with one last chance at the ultimate carrot – a spot on a major league roster.

“An entertaining, sweetly atmospheric baseball story.” ~Kirkus Reviews

 

 

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Mary King’s Plague and Other Tales of WoeA print anthology collecting Mary King’s Plague, The Wretched Walls, and The Honey Gatherer. 

“Kaufman draws you in with his character work so well, you don’t even realize when he’s begun to scare you…”
~Desmond Reddick, Dread Media

 

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Dead Beyond the Fence is a zombie novel set in Fort Collins, Colorado. Coworkers Angel and Kevin take refuge in a Colorado college town research facility. As the dead gather outside, Angel hides a secret that may mean the death of them all.

“I’m still reeling…Easily one of the best zombie stories I’ve read.” ~Colleen Wanglund, The Horror Fiction Review

 

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The Apocalypse Parable follows private investigator Daniel Bain, hired by a wealthy invalid to locate Jesus Christ. Bain’s bizzare search leads him from Hitler’s stolen icon to rewritten Gospel and the dark world of Internet porn. His client’s motives are suspicious, but Bain has personal reasons for discovering the Truth.

“The Apocalypse Parable is an original, engaging and complex suspense novel…Readers will be enthralled as Bain’s pursuit of Christ leads him through a twisting and evermore intricate plot.”
– Midwest Book Review

 

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The Breach is the story of the Alamo, told from the Mexican point of view. Presented as the journal of General Manuel Fernández Castrillón, the novel traces the famous battle as you’ve never seen it before.

“The book is one of those rarest of entities: a well-written historical novel that adds to our overall understanding of history…I thoroughly enjoyed the read.” ~The Telegraph and Texas Register