There's nothing mundane in the writing world of Terry Wright. Tension, conflict, and suspense propel his readers through the pages as if they were on fire. Published in Science Fiction and Supernatural, his mastery of the action thriller has won him International acclaim as an accomplished screenplay writer. A longtime member of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, he runs their annual Colorado Gold Writing Contest. Currently he's the editor and publisher for TWB Press, specializing in eBook publishing of short stories and novels in the Science Fiction, Supernatural, Horror, and Thriller genres. Terry lives in Lakewood, Colorado, with his wife, Bobette, and their Silky Terrier named Taz, who is really the boss of the family.
Jack Sabre has always been a good cop, a Denver detective who has every reason to be the “nicest guy on the force.” His wife, Maria, is the love of his life. She regularly volunteers at a local mission for the homeless, but her charity work brings her into contact with greedy men on the dark side of the city, and she ends up dead. Murdered. Brutally. But who killed her and why?
Jack thinks he knows, and with the department dragging its feet on the investigation, he goes after the killer himself, earning him the nickname “Black Jack.” But the line between justice and revenge is thin and brittle, and when crossing that line backfires on Jack, people get killed, both good people and bad.
The story of the world’s largest pearl is a mix of legend, history, and human tragedy that spans the Pacific from a pre-war paradise in the Philippines, through hell on the Bataan Death March during World War II, to prejudice and betrayal in America. Take the journey with Timoteo Matito and Wilbur Cobb as they battle greedy investors and a curse from ancient China. You’ll discover the dark heart of mankind and witness a brilliant wonder of nature few people have ever seen.
In this satire on zombies in the workplace, the dark side of the auto repair business is exposed, and a mechanic’s quest to overcome unemployment leads his family down a disastrous path.
The owner of Z-motors has a problem with his employees. They are brainless zombies who eat their customers. He needs a mechanic with a brain, so he places a Help Wanted ad in a Denver newspaper. Unemployed Jim Lowry is looking for a job as a Master Mechanic. The perfect position opens up in a small-town auto repair shop on the Colorado plains. He loads his family into their SUV and sets out for Z-motors. He’s about to apply for the job from hell.
Dead homicide detective Justin Graves goes after a man who got away with the murder of a young bride on her wedding night.
Late one night, Fred Regar is walking home from a bar when he spots a sexy silhouette on the shade of a lighted window. Stalking toward the house, he thinks he’s going to peek in on an unsuspecting woman, but in reality, he’s about to relive the murder of a young bride. However, this time Justin Graves is there to orchestrate an entirely different outcome.
Speculation has it, in scientific circles and the press, that in some secret lab somewhere, a human has already been cloned. The truth is there were two clones, a corporate tycoon and a mass murderer. The consequences were horrific.
Corporate tycoon WILLIAM TULIVER is dying. He needs a bone marrow transplant, but no suitable donor is available. When doctors suggest cloning technology, he hires Blythe Biotech to clone him and recruits his girlfriend to give birth to the clone. He doesn’t know Blythe scientists have developed a special restriction enzyme that not only clones cells, it duplicates humans. The scientists are going to test it on William and the soon-to-be-executed MORRIS BRENNON, a notorious mass murderer.
In this final installment of The 13th Power Trilogy, the peaceful Beltzans of the green planet, 100,000 light years from earth, experience a close encounter of their own third kind. They believe a spacecraft belonging to the Tarreeda, a race of warmongers who had been banished from their planet 1000 generations ago, has entered orbit on a scouting mission. Their return would mean war. However, Luthes Rez, helmsman of the Orbital Patrol Ship Questnar has his doubts. The Tarreeda cross is not displayed on the spacecraft's fuselage, but in stead, strange symbols that mean nothing to him.
Janis Mackey and his new bride, Tracy, have been invited to NASA for a special meeting with General Brigham and the unveiling of the greatest scientific expedition ever conceived of by man: a return trip to the 13th Power. They've built a machine capable of transporting a fleet of heavily armed Aerospace Shuttles to the green planet. Brigham needs Janis's mathematical prowess to conquer the aliens and steal their technology, but Janis wants nothing to do with an intergalactic war. So Brigham has Tracy arrested for her part in the previous CIA/Star Wars conspiracy that brought down the President of the United States. If Janis fails to cooperate, Tracy will be put to death for treason.
Ray Crawford's secret has been discovered. Aliens! Now an alcoholic recluse, he refuses to take calls from NASA until news of alien prisoners being brought back to earth drags him out of the bottle. He sets out on a mission to save the aliens who had spared his life during their previous brief close encounter.
Though love has never come easily to Lisa Crawford, she's finally found her man. He's a quiet soul, peaceful, and a hero in his own right. But Luthes is a prisoner of war, and her father will never approve of her love for an alien.
Meanwhile, in Ethiopia, Milton Spears, an archeologist on assignment from CU Boulder, discovers an alien truth buried on Choke Mountain that will uproot the foundation of mankind's origins on earth, a truth the US government's super-secret Aquarius Project wants protected, at all cost.
In Book 7, Justin Graves goes after escaped prisoner and cop killer Billy Denton, who is out to murder Christy as she lies defenseless and comatose in Deckers Memorial Hospital.
In 2235, an immortal man, grieving over his wife's death, must put aside his sorrow long enough to rescue a woman from cryonic freeze and prevent an assassination.
Love is sorrow. Love is death. Everyone Scott Dunn ever loved is dead: his wife, his children, his grandchildren. Drowning in grief, he swears he'll never get close to anyone else, ever again. But a call for help sends him to Boulder, Colorado where he teams up with a woman and her pet ferret to thwart an assassination. It's a journey that will bring him face-to-face with his ultimate fear: losing someone he loves... again.
This is a story of healing, the letting go of sorrow, and the acceptance of loss. Be with someone you love for the nail-biting conclusion.
Ray Crawford, having failed to achieve fame, has formulated a new plan: reprogram the Supercomputers, build a bigger gravity chamber, and degenerate NASA's prototype Inter Space Station Transporter into the 13th Power. He will discover that fame carries a terrible price.
Just when Janis Mackey is settled into a peaceful life with Tracy in his new house, the CIA comes calling on him to help them steal the 13th Power. Of course, he refuses, until Tracy is arrested for treason and hauled off to a military stockade until Janis delivers the goods.
And Lisa has a new problem: her mother. Kate returns from prison. She's looking for forgiveness from a daughter she'd abandoned and a husband she'd betrayed.
In this stunning sequel to The 13th Power, humanity is at the mercy of technology, and a family's love for each other is put to a brutal test. You'd better have a tissue in hand at the end of this one.
Justin Graves faces his own violent nature, a human trait he refuses to accept until Billy Denton makes his murderous escape from city jail. Judgment Day is coming...for both of them.
American and European scientists have been building bigger and faster particle accelerators to smash atoms into smaller pieces. They are looking for the Higgs boson, the particle that gives matter mass, The God Particle. What if they find it?
Fermilabs and CERN are the biggest players in this race for the Higgs boson, named after Peter Higgs who first proposed its existence in1964 as a way to explain why atoms act the way they do. Since then, tens of billions of dollars have been spent to prove the Higgs exists, but to this day it remains elusive.
However, in California, there’s a smaller lab with an equally determined group of scientists in the hunt. Their motivations are as varied as the characters themselves. Whether it be love, money, power, or revenge that drives them, they have set the world on a course of impending destruction.
This is their story.
Justin Graves goes after the murderer of a child beauty queen.
Struggling to get on with her life after the murder of her daughter, Sandy Brandish returns to the glitz and glamour of child beauty queen competition. There she meets an orphaned girl. Adopting her will catapult them to the top of the local pageant registry and spur a repeat performance of the night her daughter died, revealing the murderer and a dark secret in the Brandish mansion.
The future looks bleak for Sarah Wells and dozens of cats in her care. There’s no food to feed them. The rent on their shelter is overdue. Since Mrs. Templeton died, donations to Kitty Rescue dried up. The old woman’s love of cats inspired her to leave Sarah a multi-million dollar estate. But the money is gone, stolen by a murderous conman who is now cruising the Caribbean in his new yacht. Justin Graves is about to give him a choice: return the money or go down with the ship and swim with the sharks!
Janet Blaire loves weddings. There’s romance in the air, the men in their tuxedos so manly. Today she has her eye on the best man. She’s looking for the one lover who will take her higher than she’s ever been, up in the sky nearest to heaven where the fireworks fly. But there’s no satisfying Janet Blaire, frigid as a Frigidaire. Her past lovers, all failures, are dead now, victims of her bitter frustration. They’ve come to visit Justin in the afterlife, seeking retribution for the woman who kills her lovers. And that hapless best man...he’s already stumbling drunk as he opens the motel room door and falls on the bed, arm in arm with the black widow.
Texas Ranger Justin Graves is a tenacious homicide detective and an outspoken advocate of victims' rights. Respected by his peers and feared by criminals, they simply call him "Justice." In this opening to the Justin Graves Horror Series, the relationship between Justin and his sixteen-year-old daughter, Christy, deteriorates. The conflict comes to a head when they are both murdered by her drug-dealer boyfriend Bill Denton. Clinging to each other, they spiral into a fiery realm where Justin makes a deal with the devil to save Christy’s soul: one hundred bad guys for her pardon from hell. But the devil is not easily pleased. There are strings attached to this deal.