In 1962 a USMC Force Recon team, after destroying a V.C. ammo dump, on the Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam border, has a surreal encounter with a Blue Heron. A bird not normally found in SE Asia. Many years later members of that six-man team begin to die in odd circumstances, but deemed accidents. But are they accidents? A 2-inch piece of origami in the shape of a Blue Heron is found inconspicuously at the scene of each death scene. Why? Who placed them? Ryan O'Toole and Joey Hotsko are motivated to find out... and soon--they were on that Force Recon team.
"...It's my honest opinion that Gene's body of work ranks up among the true masters of speculative fiction and can stand shoulder to shoulder with any fiction produced by the greats..." - Gord Rollo, THE DARK SIDE OF HEAVEN
Leather-bound Deluxe Thirteen Hardcover w/slipcase (sold out): numbered 1-13, 6''x9'', bound in leather, signature page which is signed by both author and artist, front cover stamped and spine stamped with the title and the author's name, includes end papers, colored book ribbon with a full colored header, 60lb. natural vellum stock, a slipcase and dust jacket. Only thirteen copies are ever produced and numbered.
Trade Paperback: 6"x9", full color cover, cream paper, double paperback with The Crucifixion Experiments by Gord Rollo.
About the author
Gene O'Neill is best known as a multi-award nominated writer of science fiction, fantasy, and horror fiction.
O'Neill's professional writing career began after completing the Clarion West Writers Workshop in 1979. Since that time, over 100 of his works have been published. His short story work has appeared in Cemetery Dance Magazine, Twilight Zone Magazine, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, and many more.
O'Neill has had many occupations besides writing including postal worker, contract specialist for AAFES, college basketball player, amateur boxer, United States Marine, right-of-way agent, and vice president of a small manufacturing plant. He also holds two degrees from California State University, Sacramento and University of Minnesota. He currently writes full time and lives in the Napa Valley with his wife, Kay.
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