Monday, August 27, 2007

The Friday House

The Friday House will be available for electronic download at, and various other sites that I will list at a later date.

The Story:

The Cold War ended almost two decades ago but the fruits of its labor still exist. The Central Intelligence Agency’s ‘Resurrection Project’, shut down since before the fall of the Berlin wall, laid dormant and was all but forgotten—until now.

Without warning or explanation, prominent American citizens began carrying out horrendous crimes. Immediately after these acts, they would kill themselves. FBI Special Agent JAMAICA KURTZ, upon her return to duty after a six month medical leave, is immediately assigned to conduct a profile of these killers. In the meantime, the United States is threatened by a new fanatical group called the RSFA. President RONALD MOSS a man with good intentions must make hard decisions that will not only affect this country but those closest to him. All the killers have one thing in common, The Friday House Orphanage. What secrets does this place hold and will Special Agent Jamaica Kurtz find out the truth in time to stop more attacks?

Published by Write Words, Inc.
ISBN: 1-59431-536-1
Format: Electronic Download
Price: $5.50
Places to purchase:

You can listen to an audio Podcast at:

Friday, May 18, 2007

D. K. Gaston's new supernatural thriller, XIII is now available.

XIII chronicles the story of bounty hunter Avery Hudson. He accepts a job from a bail bondsman (Beelzebub Abaddon), who, unbeknownst to Avery, is the devil. He is to track and retrieve Hollywood actor Jason Peters, who sold his soul for thirteen years of youth, fame and fortune. With the help of small town sheriff Mary Jamison, the two embark on an impossible mission; and encounter several obstacles; a demon bounty hunter (Mr. Dark), who also tracks Peters; two FBI agents; a maverick team of police officers and a vengeful billionaire.


XIII is a high paced thriller. The action comes thick and fast as the manhunt becomes more violent and desperate. Gaston's story is exciting. --Brynneth N. Colvin, Author

If you're looking for an adventure/thriller, XIII hits the ground running. --Donna Sundblad, Author

Wow!! Stephen King and Dean Koontz move over. A new guy is in town!! I raced through D.K. Gaston's "can't put down for a moment" supernatural thriller, XIII. A bounty hunter and a small town sheriff team up to fight other worldly enemies with a slam bang and, in part, totally unexpected ending. For fans of this genre, it's a must read. --Tricia Lee, Author

Please listen to the audio podcast of the prologue on this page or visit the official website.

D. K. Gaston's next book, Lost Hours, a mystery thriller, comes out October 1, 2007.

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