I’ve been hinting about this day for two weeks. I mentioned “my August release” when I talked about tags and brands last Wednesday, and again in the very cryptic line “no matter what the genre” in my bio post last Friday.
Hermes was a hint.
So here’s the big reveal.
My cowriter, Brad Seggie, and I would like to announce the release of our new conspiracy thriller:
In a dig in Paluxy, Texas, Dr. Wayne Oakford and crew found a fossilized human skeleton and a dinosaur skeleton together. The results of carbon testing had Oakford claiming the two beings coexisted–an impossibility according to mainstream evolutionary science. And a claim for which, a year later, he was murdered.
His niece, Mary Dillard, and her hired investigator, Gunnar Schofield, hunt for the killer from Texas to Virginia, only to discover that they too are being hunted. The chase is on, the danger mounts, and a variety of secrets are revealed, secrets worth killing for.
In an action-packed story written reminiscent of Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code, The Simulacrum tweaks the noses of evolutionists, using their own logic against them, and reveals scientific evidence in favor of Intelligent Design. Sure to rattle or confirm your belief system . . .
Releases August 15.