Release Date: March 21, 2013
As a child, he dreamed of being a superhero. Most people never get to realize their childhood dreams, but Corrigan Bain has come close. He is a fixer. His job is to prevent accidents—to see the future and “fix” things before people get hurt. But the ability to see into the future, however limited, isn’t always so simple. Sometimes not everyone can be saved.
“Don’t let them know you can see them.”
Graduate students from a local university are dying, and former lover and FBI agent Maggie Trent is the only person who believes their deaths aren’t as accidental as they appear. But the truth can only be found in something from Corrigan Bain’s past, and he’s not interested in sharing that past, not even with Maggie.
To stop the deaths, Corrigan will have to face up to some old horrors, confront the possibility that he may be going mad, and find a way to stop a killer no one can see.
Corrigan Bain is going insane . . . or is he?
Because there’s something in the future that doesn’t want to be seen. It isn’t human. It’s got a taste for mayhem. And it is very, very angry.
“For those who like sci-fi matched with a touch of math and a different twist on the subject of time, this will s a very nice read. As with his prev books, you’ll find an excellent sense of humor matched with action and a lead character. A “real-twice” book. I’ll be keeping it on the Kindle for another session later this year.”
“Have you ever watched one of those movies that leave you sitting on the edge of your seat, wondering if your heart will stop beating before the end? Good thriller movies are like that, but this kind of suspense is extremely rare to be found on written pages.
Well, Fixer has it.”
—My Reading Lounge
“Well developed characters, good flow and a believable plot scientifically grounded/explained combine to make FIXER a lucid and intriguing look at a singular individual’s ability and its inherent possibilities and consequences. If you’re looking for something sci-fi/fantasy that’s grounded and believable with mystery and a smattering of relationship, then FIXER fits the bill perfectly.”