Novels
© Kyle R Fisher

Novels by Kyle R. Fisher

   Turbulent Reentry
Projekt Half Light

Wade Evans may be out of prison, but

the hard part is just beginning.

Instead of college exams and dorm parties, twenty-two year old Wade Evans spent the last four years at Dayton Correctional on a rape charge. Her name was Elisabeth and they dated for six months before her testimony clinched his conviction. Wade couldn’t honestly tell them it didn’t happen but would the jury have believed it was her idea? She was beautiful and experienced and taught him so much. Four years later, he still can’t figure out why she lied to the jury. Now he’s out and working at Scene Cleaners where he cleans crime scenes after the police are through with them. Wade’s new life outside the prison walls is challenging. His partner, Scraper, who found his life’s calling in this work, seems to have nothing but disdain for him but the attractive redhead who handles the front desk keeps flirting with him. Does she know he’s considered a sex offender? Does she care? In spite of the risk, Wade can’t keep himself from driving by Elisabeth’s palatial home, a definite violation of his Reentry Program. All he wants is one glance to see how the last four years have treated her – to see how her new lawyer husband is treating her. Then the unthinkable happens - the next murder scene he has to clean is at her house.

"As Savanna twisted the doorknob, Colin

watched the second man burst from the other

doorway and raise his gun. He heard three very

loud explosions and felt something hard strike

his cheek."

Colin Studebaker works for the FBI, but doesn't chase criminals. He is an engineer with one of the FBI's clandestine Special Operation Groups, specializing in high tech surveillance equipment. After a seemingly chance encounter with a beautiful blonde, large men with handguns are suddenly chasing them through the streets of Washington D.C. When Colin questions their interest in her, he can hardly believe her assertion that it’s Colin they’re after.    She is a Private Investigator hired to find Gary Jackson, a Senior Policy Advisor for FEMA who disappeared three weeks earlier. Does Gary's disappearance have something to do with the covert recording device Colin recently loaned him? Not knowing if his attraction is to the adrenaline or the beautiful girl, he joins her in the search for Gary. On the run from both sides of the law, they stumble onto a sixty-year-old Nazi plot to infiltrate the US government.

Bad heart? No problem. We’ll print you

a new one.

It's the near future and the Organ Donor Waiting List is obsolete thanks to advances in 3D printing technology. Nelson and Walt, best friends since college, own Transplant Unlimited, a company that prints human organs from the recipient's own DNA for transplant the same day. Hearts, lungs, kidneys… if the surgeons can transplant it, Walt and Nelson's equipment can print it. Nelson is concerned when two hoods from the local casino show up demanding the $2 million Walt owes them but Walt assures him it is not a big deal. Three days later, Walt's corpse is at the bottom of a ravine amid the scattered wreckage of his antique sports car. It doesn't take long for Nelson to suspect it wasn't an accident. Nelson heard the rumors of Walt's affair with Erika, the attractive, young technician that worked for him but what would she see in an out-of-shape, middle aged, married man-unless it was the casino's two million dollars? Walt's wife, Lillian, loved him but they haven't been getting along lately. A mistress could do that to a relationship and, coupled with Walt's ten million dollar life insurance policy, would make for an plausible motive but Nelson thinks there's more to it than a simple murder. The deeper Nelson digs into the questions surrounding Walt's death, the more he finds out he never really knew Walt at all.
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Turbulent Reentry voted best

unpublished novel in 2010

San Diego Mensa 2010 Creative uRGe

Contest

Turbulent Reentry was selected as the winner of the San Diego Mensa 2010 Creative uRGe award for Best Unpublished Novel.
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       Memorabilia
Memorabilia

A mystery stretching from the

beaches of Normandy June 6, 1944,

to present day Atlantic City.

When Elyse, the beautiful memorabilia collector, came into Sean Barrick’s pawn shop, she was searching for historic photographs of the D Day landings. It was no coincidence that Sean’s grandfather was a war photographer and one of the few men on Omaha Beach that day shooting with a camera instead of a gun. The urban legend of his missing photographs is well-known but her story about those photographs pointing to a cache of stolen Nazi jewels is new and leads them on a search for answers reaching back to 1944. Can Sean trust her or should he believe the two Secret Service agents who say she’s a criminal?
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© Kyle R. Fisher

Wade Evans may be out of

prison, but the hard part is just

beginning.

Instead of college exams and dorm parties, twenty-two year old Wade Evans spent the last four years at Dayton Correctional on a rape charge. Her name was Elisabeth and they dated for six months before her testimony clinched his conviction. Wade couldn’t honestly tell them it didn’t happen but would the jury have believed it was her idea? She was beautiful and experienced and taught him so much. Four years later, he still can’t figure out why she lied to the jury. Now he’s out and working at Scene Cleaners where he cleans crime scenes after the police are through with them. Wade’s new life outside the prison walls is challenging. His partner, Scraper, who found his life’s calling in this work, seems to have nothing but disdain for him but the attractive redhead who handles the front desk keeps flirting with him. Does she know he’s considered a sex offender? Does she care? In spite of the risk, Wade can’t keep himself from driving by Elisabeth’s palatial home, a definite violation of his Reentry Program. All he wants is one glance to see how the last four years have treated her – to see how her new lawyer husband is treating her. Then the unthinkable happens - the next murder scene he has to clean is at her house.
Turbulent Reentry
Transplant Unlimited
Projekt Half Light

Bad heart? No problem. We’ll

print you a new one.

It's the near future and the Organ Donor Waiting List is obsolete thanks to advances in 3D printing technology. Nelson and Walt, best friends since college, own Transplant Unlimited, a company that prints human organs from the recipient's own DNA for transplant the same day. Hearts, lungs, kidneys… if the surgeons can transplant it, Walt and Nelson's equipment can print it. Nelson is concerned when two hoods from the local casino show up demanding the $2 million Walt owes them but Walt assures him it is not a big deal. Three days later, Walt's corpse is at the bottom of a ravine amid the scattered wreckage of his antique sports car. It doesn't take long for Nelson to suspect it wasn't an accident.      Nelson heard the rumors of Walt's affair with Erika, the attractive, young technician that worked for him but what would she see in an out-of-shape, middle aged, married man- unless it was the casino's two million dollars? Walt's wife, Lillian, loved him but they haven't been getting along lately. A mistress could do that to a relationship and, coupled with Walt's ten million dollar life insurance policy, would make for an plausible motive but Nelson thinks there's more to it than a simple murder. The deeper Nelson digs into the questions surrounding Walt's death, the more he finds out he never really knew Walt at all.
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"As Savanna twisted the doorknob,

Colin watched the second man burst

from the other doorway and raise his

gun. He heard three very loud

explosions and felt something hard

strike his cheek."

Colin Studebaker works for the FBI, but doesn't chase criminals. He is an engineer with one of the FBI's clandestine Special Operation Groups, specializing in high tech surveillance equipment. After a seemingly chance encounter with a beautiful blonde, large men with handguns are suddenly chasing them through the streets of Washington D.C. When Colin questions their interest in her, he can hardly believe her assertion that it’s Colin they’re after.    She is a Private Investigator hired to find Gary Jackson, a Senior Policy Advisor for FEMA who disappeared three weeks earlier. Does Gary's disappearance have something to do with the covert recording device Colin recently loaned him? Not knowing if his attraction is to the adrenaline or the beautiful girl, he joins her in the search for Gary. On the run from both sides of the law, they stumble onto a sixty-year-old Nazi plot to infiltrate the US government.
Novels
Memorabilia
NEW

A mystery stretching from the beaches

of Normandy June 6, 1944, to present

day Atlantic City.

 When Elyse, the beautiful memorabilia collector, came into Sean Barrick’s pawn shop, she was searching for historic photographs of the D Day landings. It was no coincidence that Sean’s grandfather was a war photographer and one of the few men on Omaha Beach that day shooting with a camera instead of a gun. The urban legend of his missing photographs is well-known but her story about those photographs pointing to a cache of stolen Nazi jewels is new and lead them on a search for answers reaching back to 1944. Can Sean trust her or should he believe the two Secret Service agents who say she’s a criminal?

Read the first chapter

that takes place on

D Day

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