As a native Floridian, Lynn Sholes was intrigued by the prehistoric people of Florida which birthed the seed ideas of her first six novels, writing as Lynn Armistead McKee. Now writing as Lynn Sholes, she has teamed up with Joe Moore writing international bestselling thrillers. Lynn has presented numerous fiction writing workshops and has been a writing trainer and coach for schools in Broward and Citrus County, Florida. She now writes full time from her home in the Sunshine State.
Novels by Lynn Sholes writing as Lynn Armistead McKee
DAUGHTER OF THE FIFTH MOON
She is like nothing they had ever seen before. Her face is oddly compellingly shaped. Her wrist is draped with a beautiful bracelet, brilliant as the sun. Some say that she is evil, that she has come to destroy them. But Joog thinks differently. To him, she is a lonely girl in desperate need of help. She is beautiful, passionate, breathtaking.
She is Nyna . . . Frightened and weak, Nyna has no one to turn to. She lost both of her parents when her peaceful seaside village was attacked by savages--and now she is surrounded by strange people who will never accept her. Joog is her protector, her only true friend. And when she finds herself in terrible danger, his love is the only thing that can save her . . .
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Joe is a former marketing & communications executive and two-time EMMY® winner with 25 years' experience in the television postproduction industry. He has written articles for national and international trade magazines covering the field of professional sound recording and video. As a freelance writer, he reviewed fiction for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, the Florida Times Union, and the Tampa Tribune.
Joe is president emeritus of the International Thriller Writers. He writes full time from his home in South Florida.
Read Joe's posts on The Kill Zone blog.
FRESH KILLS, Tales from the Kill Zone. A collection of short stories from the authors of the popular literary blog The Kill Zone. Included in the anthology is Final Flight by Joe Moore.
A lone C-47, a mysterious cargo, a clock and dagger mission, and a blizzard in which no pilot in his right mind would dare to fly. United States Army Air Corps Major Howard Murphy was under orders: fly the mission or face the consequences. But curiosity got the best of him as he left the cockpit for a quick look at what lay in the cargo bay. That’s when he got the shock of his life. In the tradition of The Twilight Zone, Final Flight is Major Murphy’s one-way trip to hell.