by R.T. Hitchcock
Trade Paper: ISBN: 1-59663-524-x $17.95 SPECIAL PRICE $12.95
6" x 9", 296pp.
Mars came a courtin'
—but the shot-gun wedding was a surprise to all.
A new take on the saga of Martians who come to Earth with no intention of playing nice. But plans of nastiness eventually turn into something else and the visitors and the visited end up getting less and more, but certainly something quite different than they bargained for. . . . A well written, fast paced, action packed, page turner with the type of psychological twists and fascinating extrapolations, backed by science that would give John Campbell a smile. R. T. Hitchcock has a well developed sense of wonder and, with a name like Hitchcock, you just might suspect an author with a penchant for unusual twists and a well honed feeling for the bizarre, and you would not be disappointed. A great read.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in Syracuse, New York and raised somewhat north of there in the Saint Lawrence River Valley town of Massena, the author spent plenty of time in frigid conditions, despite an uncommon aversion to cold weather. Armed at last with a Liberal Arts degree R.T. Hitchcock headed off into the working world seeking a career and finding many; but in the end, he works to live but lives to write. Mr. Hitchcock's quest for a climate of warmth was begun soon after that first academic degree and New York faded in a snowbound rear view mirror. Heading south until there was no more snow, he turned west and kept going: Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana ... Dixie just felt more alive. So, Hook ‘em Horns! R. T. Hitchcock loves and lives in Austin, Texas.