Did you know superhero prose fiction is making waves? It’s a rising genre, perhaps because of the success of films like The Dark Knight, Thor, and Captain America. In fact, there are so many new superhero books and stories being published, a whole blog is dedicated to them. Superheronovels.com features the latest news and reviews, including coverage of my own superhero work. Recently, the site’s creator, Eric Searleman, reviewed my latest e-book tale, Forced Betrayal. Check out the review right here. And this is the awesome cover by brilliant Ben Baldwin:
This is the sequel to an earlier superhero e-book of mine titled Forced Retirement, in which the world’s most powerful hero comes down with Alzheimer’s and wreaks havoc. The two books are part of a series I call Forced Heroics. A third volume, Forced Partnership, is coming soon to an e-reader device near you. The new series rated a mention in another recent post at Superheronovels.com, which you can see right here.
The story of Forced Betrayal goes like this: Who murdered the girlfriend of the World’s Mightiest Heroine? Super-powered Hericane will stop at nothing to find out who killed the woman she loved. But when she teams with Bonnie Taggart, internal affairs investigator for the Superhuman Protectorate, the search leads in unexpected directions. Fighting their way through the darkest corners of Isosceles City, Hericane and Bonnie tear the truth from criminal chimpanzees, crooked promoters, and hateful cops, only to fall prey to a terrible trap. The hunters become the hunted as Hericane and Bonnie go on the run, barely staying a step ahead of the super hit squads out to slay them. Solving the case is the only way to survive–but the secrets they unearth will jeopardize much more than their lives. Because exposing the truth might just lead to the greatest superhuman catastrophe of all time. A catastrophe that no one will walk away from.