Adrenaline Rush

Fight or Flight

Fight or Flight

 

What happens when a washed-up, black-listed, alcoholic, but still handsome former action star signs a contract for medical experiments with a sinister race of alien machine intelligences?

Ben “Coop” Cooper is about to find out.

The reality of an unregulated medical laboratory on Titan is nothing like his past roles from the big screen. There’s no director on hand to yell “cut” when he’s fighting for his life. And no co-star ever injected him with an alien virus before. Instead it’s all bar fights and police pursuits and beatdowns from alien robots.

But in the end, Coop will strive to do what all movie heroes do: save the world from certain doom.

Welcome to Fight or Flight, Book One of the Adrenaline Rush series, an action-packed, humorous romp in the orbit of Saturn that may just hold the cure for all human illness and disease.

HERE’S WHAT READERS ARE SAYING:

The campy randomness of “Doctor Who” combined with the twisted humor of “Evil Dead.” A science fiction thrill ride from beginning to end.

Fight or Flight is the kind of book you can’t read fast enough. The pace and intrigue, combined with a deep storyline brought to life an amazing story. Very well written. Bravo!

This was an amazingly fun adventure! Coop is a great character and worth getting to know. It is a great read, well done.

 

Alien Thrillseeker

Alien Thrillseeker

 

Before being injected by an alien virus, Ben “Coop” Cooper was a washed-up movie star — black-listed, alcoholic, and dying. Almost overnight, his body healed and his aging process began to reverse.

Now the Box — a race of machine intelligences that can spread their awareness across multiple robot bodies — are hunting both him and Dr. Jessica Acorns, the doctor who created the virus.

Or maybe not. An unexpected side effect of Jess’s virus has created ‘Dyrk,’ a kind of viral personality living in Coop’s head who believes himself to be an action adventure hero!

Dyrk insists he can defeat the Box and get everyone safely off Titan, if only Coop will surrender control of their shared body for a while.

But Dyrk has an agenda of his own. He wants to save Potato, the alien lifeform which the source of Jess’s virus and as well as the most holy of objects to the Box.

Welcome to Alien Thrill Seeker, Book Two of the Adrenaline Rush series. Subterfuge, battles with robot hordes, and a run-in with an alien crime boss stand in Coop’s way. But he’s feeling better than he has in 20 years and the show must go on!

And maybe when the dust settles, he might have a clue what to do with the viral intelligence that has taken up residence in his mind.
 
 
 
 

 

Anger Management

Anger Management

 

On Titan, Dr. Jessica Acorns had injected Ben “Coop” Cooper with an experimental alien virus that saved his life, erased decades of alcohol abuse from his liver, and made him thirty years younger.

It also created Dyrk, a secondary personality that now lived in his head and believed itself to be an action hero!

The Box, a race of machine intelligences, had originally hired Dr. Acorns and funded her experiments, right up until the point they decided it was better to simply kill both her and Coop.

Together, Coop, Dyrk, and Dr. Acorns fought and vanquished the Box, saving Potato, an alien lifeform and the source of Jess’s virus. All looked rosy for our heroes, who were just biding their time for the next scheduled shuttle back to Earth.

And then the Box sent a team of twenty killer robot avatars armed with octopus-like weapon tentacles to retrieve Potato, their most holy of objects, and to return with Dr. Acorns, dead or alive. And that’s a problem, not least because the miracle virus that Jess created is also about to kill her!

And then there’s Tycho, a brain dead, comatose teenager who’d been injected with the virus and has woken up with instincts and reflexes honed from thousands of hours of post-apocalyptic war movies, leaving her a zombie killing machine.

Can Coop (and Dyrk) defeat the Box, find a way to save Jess, and restore Tycho? And how will the assistance of an alien crime boss with his own vendetta against the Box hinder or harm them?