A historical fiction novella about the Taino people before, during, and after the arrival of Columbus. It tells of Migua, a young Taino, and his bride-to-be and the many many adventures, dangers, and... More > hardships they must face.
It also tells of an affair between a young member of Columbus's crew and a Taino girl, and how their affair intertwines with Migua and Surani.
The book also touches on the culture and history of the Taino, about whom we know so little.< Less
The book contains a full length novelette, Frankenstein and the Zombies, and a short story, The Walking Corpse. The monster falls into the hands of a voodoo priest, who revives it with voodoo... More > sorcery. The priest plots to create a zombie army to conquer the world, and hopes to fit the monster into his plans. A young man and his girlfriend fall into danger because they have discovered the plot.
In The Walking Corpse, three young boys looking for excitement explore the dungeons of an abandoned state prison. It is rumored that zombies inhabit the dungeons.< Less
Al Rice awakens one morning with super psionic powers. While trying to find what happened to him, he learns that three groups of space aliens are observing Earth. Two groups are competing with each... More > other for control of planet Earth. The third group sympathizes with Earth, however their own laws forbid them from any kind of interference with other cultures. Al tries to warn Earth, but his attempts are met with derision. He and a small group of UFO investigators are left with the impossible task of dealing with the powerful space alien forces. To make matters worse, one of the hostile groups has kidnapped and holding as hostage the girl that Al loves, while the other group has perfected a machine that nullifies psionic powers.< Less