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In Origin of Human Hybrids, demons drive the actions

Rick Martin unjustly treats his wife, Mai, as do the rest who involved her in mental telepathy experiment without fully disclosing what would be involved down the line.  She collapsed, an expected event, but no one warned her.  She’s injected with artificial blood and bots, again without her knowledge or consent, ostensibly to save her life and the fetuses.  She’s being spied on, what else?

Facing her fear of returning to Xi’an where General Huang was falsely arrested and murdered, and where she hid to save her life.  She feels guilty about Huang, thinks it’s her fault.  Wonders if he’s the father of the baby.  Wonders if Rick or Ron is the father.

The three novellas, Human Hybrids, Dangerous Visions and Wasted Time, will be released in 2019 in a boxed set!


 A conflict over trust comes to an uncomfortable juncture when Ron and Mama return to Beijing and leave Mai alone in Sebastopol. With the Chinese National Police looking for her and the chaos after Liang’s assassination, fat chance she will ever get to return. She collapses over the keyboard and wipes a tear with her fist.  When sovereign nations interests are furthered by re-assigning Mai’s visa and passport status, Rick suddenly appears and whisks her off to a nanotechnology conference in China.

A conflict over trust comes to an uncomfortable juncture when Ron and Mama return to Beijing and leave Mai alone in Sebastopol. With the Chinese National Police looking for her and the chaos after Liang’s assassination, fat chance she will ever get to return. She collapses over the keyboard and wipes a tear with her fist.

When sovereign nations interests are furthered by re-assigning Mai’s visa and passport status, Rick suddenly appears and whisks her off to a nanotechnology conference in China.

Excerpt: 

A silvery curtain screens the morning sun where he sits in his corner office, overlooking Beihai Lake. Ron’s catching up on work for the firm supervising the new offices opening in Taiwan and Pakistan, when another text interrupts. OK 2 TALK?

He calls her.

“Tangzi, sweetie, I’ll see you soon.”

“Rick told me today.”

“The same with me. Lawrence Wright called this morning.”

“Do you think it’s safe?” asks Mai.

“Don’t worry. That’s my job,” he assures her.

“What about Commander Gao?” she asks.

“He’s meeting us at the hotel tomorrow. How are you?” asks Ron.

“The baby and I are great. Talk to you later. Bye bye,” says Mai and disconnects.