The Interceptor's Song by Frederick H. Crook

The Interceptor's Song by Frederick H. Crook

Science Fiction | Crime Mystery Thriller | Mixed

In a dystopian future, a double murder is committed in Rosebud, South Dakota, home of the Sicangu Oyate Sioux. The suspect is Dr. Errol McAllen, a white man who lives in the mysterious castlelike mansion on the edge of town. The evidence against him seems irrefutable, but Chief of Police Ada “Charging Deer” Wicker has her doubts. To keep the peace in her tribe, she must prove or disprove McAllen’s guilt quickly....



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Campanelli: Sentinel by Frederick H. Crook

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Campanelli: Siege of the Nighthunter by Frederick H. Crook

June, 2110. A serial killer strikes the populace of the City of Chicago. The first victim is a wanted man by Detective Frank Campanelli’s Sentinel Division. His body had been mutilated and, from the evidence uncovered by forensic genius, H. Lincoln Rothgery, it has been partially consumed. The unknown invader leaves a trail of corpses behind in short order, including that of a homicide detective.
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The Summer of '47 by Frederick H. Crook

Aron Lakefield served with the Big Red One during World War Two. He’s made the landings in Sicily and Omaha Beach. He’s marched through Italy, France, and Germany. He’s paid a large sum for his pair of Purple Hearts. Aron was the middle child in the Lakefield family until the war came along. Now, at thirty years old, he’s an only child.
After bouncing from one VA hospital to the next for over two years, Aron finally gets to return to his Illinois home. Left with a permanent limp...


The Interceptor's Song by Frederick H. Crook

In a dystopian future, a double murder is committed in Rosebud, South Dakota, home of the Sicangu Oyate Sioux. The suspect is Dr. Errol McAllen, a white man who lives in the mysterious castlelike mansion on the edge of town. The evidence against him seems irrefutable, but Chief of Police Ada “Charging Deer” Wicker has her doubts. To keep the peace in her tribe, she must prove or disprove McAllen’s guilt quickly.......