The Harvest Trilogy reaches its epic finale in the next town over from the now scorched alien battlefield of Schertz, the city that invented and secretly tested the Celluloss serum on its citizens. Marion, Texas, population 3,700, is so small, if you blink driving through, you'll miss it. One area business owner is awarded 'Tastiest Meats in Town' by the Chamber of Commerce. John Hester's family-owned meat market is a staple in the region. Respected by the locals, he is above reproach. When he befriends new resident, retired 9/11 firefighter, Jack Callaghan, things get weird. Stranger still are the disappearing residents, thousands of unsolved cold cases from half a century back Callaghan discovers as he and his wife try to settle in. When they begin receiving veiled threats from the Reverend Harcourt Cane warning them to leave, Jack must find a way to protect himself and his wife, and help the FBI solve the mystery of the federal Census that never budges...despite all the missing.
Books I, II, and III available on Amazon's KindleUnlimited
Books I and II, Harvest and Hybrids, available on audio through Amazon/Aubible and iTunes.
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Hybrids - Amazon/Audible: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00RB67RIE?*Version*=1&*entries*=0
Census Coming to Audio March 22nd, 2016 (Amazon, Audible, iTunes)
I received a copy of this book from the author.
I have read the first two books of this series and they were very good and this one blows the first two away. The author weaves a darn good story carrying the unknown about the chemical, Cellulous, into a mystery the new residents of Marion, Texas, Jack Callaghan and his wife find mind boggling when residents start to disappear.
There are several people of the town who befriend Jack but their demeanor changes quickly when he asks questions.
Jack enlists the help of his FBI buddy from his military days. Together with Jack's wife, they receive threats from towns people.
From here it gets even stranger when they uncover 50 years of unsolved disappearances of area people. Also, they come upon some info about the town football field and the people guarding it.
Believe me when I tell you this story moves quick. The ending is a mind blower!
Yes, read this book!