The Melting Trilogy

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Book 1 –  The Infection

David Morrow has studied global warming first as a prodigy and now as a respected professor. He knows the value of sustainability and clean energy. But is it too late for the planet? He expected the rising of the seas, harsh hundred-year storms, but he never expected this.

Amanda Sutton first studied medicine to please her father, now she’s part of the scramble to find a cure before the virus destroys civilization.

Will the strange connection between them keep them together as the world disintegrates around them?



Book 2 – The Progression

Everything has changed. Civilization is gone except for the facade around the CDC. This isn’t what they had always thought global warming would bring, those that had thought about it at all. But the Powers That Be that received the valuable and scarce vaccine have moved to the CDC and taken over, making the place into their own little fiefdom.  Connor Nash wants a theocracy where women are less than second class and therefore fair game. Meg Adams, once office manager but now reluctant leader of the people able to sustain civilization, has to get her people out of there before it degenerates even more.  And when the hell did she get put in charge?

The real survivors need to get away, like David and Amanda did. That or become slaves to the once powerful.

Their escape isn’t as hard as they thought it would be. The us vs. them dynamic is finally on their side because who would want to leave all that “safety”. But it going to be hard, food, shelter, all the things everyone counted on will be on them alone.

When Jim Stephens, ex-sniper turned truck driver for the PTB takes it upon himself to join them does that make them more vulnerable or less? He may seem legit, and yes, Meg is attracted to him, but is he one of us or them? And more importantly can they find a place to sustain them while they hack out a life for their little band.

Book 3 – The Cohesion

It began in the north, in the ancient cold before the birth of man. Whether from the actions of man or the cycles of the planet, the primordial ice is melting and bringing back to the atmosphere a virus. One with no known cure for modern day humans.

Rachel Gerhart has been a survivor her whole life, now she’s been changed by the virus that destroyed civilization. She trying to keep her differences under wraps, but Sid Saylor knows her secret. He’s been changed as well. Can their new abilities help with the rebuilding of a human civilization?