Written by Nick Allen Brown
FIELD OF DEAD HORSES
Georgetown, Kentucky, 1939 a man discovers an unconscious woman lying in the shallow waters of Penny Creek. When she wakes up, she tells her story which causes this small town to unravel. Told from the perspective of the owner of the Chapel Farm, he reveals to the reader the secret that he has kept for decades.
THE ASTRONAUT FROM BEAR CREEK
Retired astronaut, Jim Mayfield happens to be the owner of Bear Creek Inn. Ten years ago when he retired from NASA, he closed the inn for good and has been living inside as a recluse ever since. No one in the small town of Bear Creek has seen Jim in over a decade and he just wants to be left alone. Just when the reader might think this novel is a mystery, the story takes a hard right turn.
GRAINGER COUNTY TOMATOES
A farmer collapses in his tomato fields after suffering a fatal heart attack. Weeks later, the heir to the farm begins to work the land when they soon discover holes are being dug throughout the fields. Broken glass and tire tracks surround each excavation as does the mystery of what the culprits are searching for. Destruction, mystery, and turmoil plague a family in a small town in 1951.
WHAT LIES INSIDE
Five years after the horrific murder of an entire family, locals have deemed the family’s vacant farmhouse to be haunted. Jessica Calvert, a journalist from Washington, D.C. is sent to the sleepy town of St. Clair, Pennsylvania to investigate claims of a light randomly turning on and off in an upstairs bedroom. After digging too deep, she discovers that the only way out of a frightening and gruesome situation is to keep digging.
Written under the pen name, Nicholas H.
This inventive story is told on two parallel timelines in both present day and in the year 1906. This novel focuses on the discovery of a machine sealed away behind a stone wall. The finding leads the reader on a journey as the main character uses his knowledge to rebuild the machine in present day while the reader witnesses the creation of the marvelous invention back in 1906.
To be published in 2023.