Davis Summerfield thought he was retired and living the good life; that was before he had to accept an offer he wasn’t at liberty to refuse. Interplay, a secret government agency wants him to head up their space exploration/research department. Not cooperating was not in his best interest. Not knowing what his position as head of the department entails, he is surprised when he finds out it includes an exploration mission to outer space. During the mission he has his first encounter with the strange ships. Just before their craft, Algenon I, is pulled into the black hole, the unknown ship comes in between them and stops them from being sucked in. Why did they help? Who are they?
J.E. Grace was born in California where she managed a campground for quite a few years. In the late 60’s , she lived on a 4,000 acre horse ranch situated along the coastline of Northern California, which is being used for background in a novel she will be writing.
She moved to the Midwest in 2000 and enjoys all the wonderful outdoor activities Missouri has to offer and now calls it home.
She has a background in Retail Management which she worked in for over 10 years and enjoyed very much. After relocating to Missouri, however, she decided to pursue her lifelong dream working in Real Estate. She continued as a Real Estate Agent until she retired in 2012 to pursue her true passions-Writing & Painting. She has her work showcased on Fine Art America, Zazzle and Society 6. She is a traditional oil/pastel painter, as well as, a digital artist. She has done splash pages and banners for several websites online.
She has enjoyed writing since an early age and continues to educate herself in the craft. She currently writes in the science fiction, mystery/romance, and Christian fiction genre. She is currently working on a sequel to The Zarion and finishing up a mystery/romance novel entitled, “Haunted Visions-Mystery at Pacific Cove due to be out in April 2016.
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Naomi & Jason Sanders, move to Pacific Cove Ranch shortly after their wedding. Prior to her graduation from college, Naomi’s younger sister is killed in a hit and run accident. Naomi is having a hard time accepting her loss, and the isolation of her new surroundings bring a new type of terror; haunted visions that keep her on edge terrifying her.
Is Naomi being tormented by her own inner demons or some new type of ghostly visions that haunt the Pacific Cove Ranch? Can she survive or will they drive her mad?
Can she convince her family that she isn’t just grieving for her sister, but that these ghosts are trying to tell her about a secret she is supposed to discover? Will she figure it out and prove to her family she isn’t imagining things?