It seems most of my villains in my mysteries are men. With this book and the experience I had, I decided to make my protagonists in Fatal Error, women. All it takes is one mistake and others suffer. From using insecticide to poison that looks like powdered food, this story begins with the accident and the cover-ups. https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/729404
A terrorist is destroying android units in the 25th century. Humans make mistakes. A woman leaves an incriminating letter her mother wrote at the Tucson Police Station. One android is compelled to follow the three laws of robotics and helps the detective solve the crime. This is a tale of truth revealed and how death by an innocent can escalate into murder.
When I finished my first science fiction book, I realized I had left something unanswered. Since my alien characters were looking for their long lost brethren, I wrote Found, The Lost Ones. Little did my characters know they would find them living in an awful state. Even when the story is resolved, I had to bring my humans back home. That’s when I wrote the next book, Return, There’s Never An Easy Way. Battles ensue between starships and two in hand-to-hand combat. Who will win? Who will lose? Don’t miss the exciting conclusion in this sci-fi conflict. Found: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/582547
The first humans to travel into deep space with the aliens in their quest of discovery. Here the social rules differ from their own. Robert and his alien crew are kidnapped by a ruthless Emperor and accused of Murder.
Return: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/632188 They have to endure stops along the way at the alien base station and another humanoid solar system. Verdock, the ex-ruler, confined for his crimes on Arret, escapes and kidnaps his obsession. With his loyal followers, he steals one of the space crafts and gives chase after the ship.