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In 2015, Beyond Cloud Nine received the Readers' Favorite International Book Award for Science Fiction (Silver Medal) and was an IAN Book of the Year Awards Nominee for Science Fiction.

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Beyond the Horizon is the sequel to BC9 and the story of a young officer who must foil an attempt at genocide during the first interstellar mission.

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Beyond Cloud Nine by Greg Spry

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Beyond the Horizon by Greg Spry

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Ace star fighter pilot Brooke Davis lives for pushing hundreds of gees in orbital combat, but she’d give it all up in a moment to become the first human to fly faster than light. When Brooke stumbles upon a conspiracy involving terrorists, aliens, and the highest levels of government, she finds their goals seductive but their methods abhorrent. With the moral core of human civilization hanging in the balance... Read more...

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Radio Interviews

Posted by author on 12/10/2016 4:52:35 PM

In the last several months, I've been lucky enough to do three different radio interviews. Use the below links to listen to each of them:

1) Rave Reviews Book Club - Rave Waves Blog Talk Radio - Beyond Cloud Nine (Beyond Saga #1) (30 min)

2) America's Web Radio - The Prologue - Beyond Cloud Nine (Beyond Saga #1) (60 min)

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Review: Acts Beyond Redemption

Posted by author on 12/10/2016 4:28:02 PM

Overall, I enjoyed reading Acts Beyond Redemption (Unintended Consequences Book 1) by Suzanne Burke, a gripping police procedural about an FBI task force charged with investigating a series of murders that aren't what they seem.

The novel held my attention throughout the majority of my time reading it. Even the parts that didn't seem as relevant still held great intrigue and tension. The major characters are thoroughly entertaining and mostly well-rounded, each with their own strengths and vices.

My chief constructive criticism concerns the motivation and purpose behind the serial killings. I'm still trying to figure out whether I glossed over a stroke of genius or identified a huge plot hole. Also, even though I understand why many things turned out as they did, most aspects of the resolution failed to satisfy after such a strong buildup.

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Radio Interview: BTH

Posted by author on 10/13/2016 3:38:53 PM

At 11am EST on Fri 10/14 tune in to The Prologue on America's Web Radio for my next interview. I'll be discussing my second novel, Beyond the Horizon (Beyond Saga Book 2).

Oct 19 2016: If you missed the live interview, click here to listen to the archived podcast.

Review: Deception (Powell #3)

Posted by author on 10/10/2016 4:30:00 PM

Deception (Powell Book 3) by Bill Ward is a brisk, straight-to-the-point international conspiracy thriller that held my attention from beginning to end. The author develops the plot well, brings it to a satisfying conclusion, and mostly avoids the cliches of the genre. The writing style is very bare bones. While the wording and short chapters lack much in the way of descriptive detail, they make for an easy read and a lightning quick pace. There's very little character development, which limits emotional investment in the story, but readers who love plot-driven thrillers will find much to enjoy.