Mike Miller publishes 3 new novels at the same time.! (Why? Why not!)
Promoted - A vicious office satire, with biting gallows humor written in a bold, experimental style..
Garrison Rex - An epic, globe-trotting adventure filled with outrageous action and comedy.
Scorn - A wild horror story about love, regret, power and rage.
The Yeti by Mike Miller
A classic tale of adventure and terror
“You have entered a world of death, but do not want to die. No treasure on earth is worth facing the Yeti.”
In the year 1850, a British caravan crossing the Himalayan Mountains from India into China has vanished, along with its priceless treasure. Now the race is on to reclaim the lost fortune as a pair of intrepid soldiers - a virtuous African private and a daring British corporal - spearhead their own mission to seize the prize by betraying their fellow troops. On this epic adventure, each man’s will, character and fortitude will be challenged to survive the perilous quest as they battle the wrath of the vengeful English army, the fury of the native bandits, the greed of their cutthroat accomplices, and the harsh, frozen hell of the alpine peaks. And the only other obstacle to their success is a savage beast of mythical power.
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Kill Thy Neighbor by Mike Miller
A mind-bending thriller and pitch-black comedy
"The nightmares are why you keep the gun under your pillow. Everyday you become more accustomed to the lump. You are glad when you survive your sneezes. But one time, a cough destroys the lamp on the nightstand."
You are a nobody, just another somebody. So why does an odd stranger approach you one day with a peculiar and ominous message? Is it a misunderstanding? A warning? A dire threat or perverse game? The world seems as normal as ever, so why can't you shake the feeling that you are now locked in a dark countdown to your own horrific doom?
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Randolph Rudolph the Radioactive Boy
- an Atomic Fairy Tale of Youth and Love
"Randolph didn’t know if her hand was warm or not. Because up until that moment, he had never touched another human being. But the skin of her hand was very smooth and soft, like it was made to be held."
When the powerplant opened, lives were changed and destroyed forever. And the only boy to have survived its nuclear wrath is now cursed to a life of lonely exile. But when Randolph befriends a strange girl one day, he learns there may be hope for happiness after all, and he'll do everything he can for them both to have it.
Read Chapters 1 & 2