“Terror in Appalachia” is a new follow-on to the very successful “Terror on the Tundra.”

Ranger Craig James wasn’t happy about his assignment – demotion really – to the small town of Bell City, Kentucky. But when a local farm boy was killed by an unknown creature, Craig turned out to be the perfect man to investigate. In Alaska, he had known investigated attacks by giant Fenris Wolves on the remote North Shore. The young man’s killing had earmarks of the same creatures. But how could they travel thousands of miles undetected? Once he mentioned the wolves, a media storm erupted. Monster hunters, even TV personalities swarmed over the town, armed and eager to be the first to kill. This was bigger than Big Foot or Sasquatch or any of the other cryptids. This was real. And the deaths that followed¬†were just as real. The beasts were loose and Craig James seemed the only man who might be able stop them.


Bridge of Spies

If you liked the movie take a look at the book “Vienna, Audition for Cold War.” It takes place just as the Cold War is beginning in lawless four-power-occupied Vienna with spy swaps, kidnappings, murders and good old spy skulduggery. It’s on Amazon www://goo.gl/kAvZ14

The war was over- The war was just beginning

The War Was Over- The War Was Just Beginning

Terror on the Tundra

Now available from Hydra Press. It’s horror but with Alaskan history and current conflicts of climate, evolution, politics, military/civilian conflict and lots of cultural stress.

Oh, and a lot of people get trapped in a remote village by giant, mutant wolves. Good clean horror story on ice.

Jim Miller