Marshall Miller

Writing science fiction, mystery and short stories.

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Angels of Anarchy: Shane

A hundred years after the omnipotent Divinity came to Earth and declared himself the Creator, the United States of America is a fully Divinian country... almost. Controversial television host Shane Austin is brave enough to ask the hard questions but where does his courage come from and can he count on free speech when every authority stands against?Written by Marshall Miller, the actor who voiced Shane in the animated film, Angels of Anarchy, these three stories show Shane as never before. This pocket-size Blue Flash edition is a homage to dime novels of the past and is designed to get you hooked on a story in a flash! Expect 9500- to 11,000-words in length -- perfect for reading on a lunch break and falling in love with the printed word all over again. Find your next favorite author with Blue Flash editions.

Paperback $5.99

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Beyond the Great Compromise: Tales of the Tschaaa

They came to Earth to eat us. Homo sapiens became the Tschaaa alien's primary meat source. Some humans fought, some tried to hide, and others just died. Will the human species survive as we know it? Or will humanity have to accept being a free-range item on an alien menu? That epic story began in three novels -- The Gathering Storm, The Tsunami, and Typhoon of Steel -- and now Marshall Miller continues to fill in the details with short stories that are as raw and real as the novels before them. Beyond the Great Compromise is a collection of nineteen short stories in the Tschaaa Infestation universe featuring four never-before-seen tales of the Avenging Angel, Abigail Yamamoto, following her journey from Angel to Banshee.

Paperback $16.99  |  eBook $4.99

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Free Range Protocol: Tales of the Tschaaa Infestation

Homo sapiens became the Tschaaa alien's primary meat source. Some humans fought, some tried to hide, and others just died. Will the human species survive as we know it? Or will humanity have to accept being a free-range item on an alien menu? Free Range Protocol is a collection of eighteen short stories in the Tschaaa Infestation universe, featuring six never-before-seen tales of heroism and survival. The author calls this collection an excellent first step into the Tschaaa Infestation series.

 

Available in paperback, ebook, digital audio and CD audio editions. Both audio editions are read by the author. The digital audio edition is available for download right after purchase as a zipped folder. Download onto a computer, unzip the files then add them to your phone or play them from your computer.

Paperback $16.99  |  eBook $4.99  |  Digital Audio $19.99   |  Audio CD Set $49.99

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The Gathering Storm: The Tschaaa Infestation (Book 1)

They came to Earth to eat us. Homo sapiens became the Tschaaa alien's main meat source. Some humans fought, some tried to hide, others just died. Director Adam Lloyd arose with a plan to save some at the expense of others. The Protocol of Selective Survival. Did it make Adam Lloyd a traitor or a savior of the human species? But some in the Free Area, the Unoccupied States, saw the aliens as an Infestation, not as an opportunity for the advancement of civilization by being a "client species." Heroes and heroines would arise to meet the threat to human dominance on Earth. Will the attempt by Humankind to throw off the chains of Alien Tschaaa Bondage be successful, or will it disappear in a cloud of falling meteors and nuclear weapons?

Paperback $19.99  |  eBook $4.99

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Inhumanity

Miller’s best stories of the year. In 2019, Blue Forge Press selected nine authors and sent them monthly writing prompts for one year. They were radically diverse people in terms of experience, style, ideology, class, politics, race, sexuality, and religion, but they all gave a year of their creative lives to craft their best work. Life, death, Earth, inner and outer space, aliens and humans, music and art, love and hate. Marshall Miller examines all these subjects in Inhumanity. Miller dissects the human condition examining it from various angles and interspersed with classic science fiction action. Whether or not a story includes a happy ending, readers will find them, nonetheless, thought-provoking. Blue Forge Press used a light editorial hand to allow the writer’s voice to be heard in its original state: Undiluted, unaltered, and raw. Inhumanity collects all twelve stories written by Marshall Miller plus an extensive interview and a thirteenth bonus story written in 2020. Discover all nine authors in Trinity Winter, Trinity Spring, Trinity Summer, Trinity Autumn, and The Trinity Guidebook for all one hundred seventeen stories.

Paperback $16.99 | eBook $4.99

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The Island (The Haunting of Orchard House)

Jack and Jill went across a bridge to fetch a strange black dog. Their parents, John and Rebecca, went after them into the strange island fog. That’s when the horror began. This pocket-size Blue Flash edition is a homage to dime novels of the past and is designed to get you hooked on a story in a flash! Expect 9500- to 11,000-words in length—perfect for reading on a lunch break and falling in love with the printed word all over again. Find your next favorite author with Blue Flash editions. This pocket-size Blue Flash edition is a homage to dime novels of the past and is designed to get you hooked on a story in a flash! Expect 9500- to 11,000-words in length -- perfect for reading on a lunch break and falling in love with the printed word all over again. Find your next favorite author with Blue Flash editions.

Paperback $5.99

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Jade Eyes

Special Agent Kim Kupar thought she'd found her dream job. After years of working for a successful family business and an education in the biological and forensic sciences, she was drawn to law enforcement in the Department of Homeland Security. Kim finds herself assigned to a newly formed Forensics Investigation Group in Seattle, Washington where Senior Agent “T-Rex” Moyer introduces her to handsome John Wang, President of the Asian Business Association and the sparks fly. But Kim is surrounded by violence as she and T-Rex investigate the vicious Snakehead human trafficking ring. As the investigation builds, John Wang seems to be in the middle of it, and Kim realizes her dream job and dream love may both be a horrible nightmare. Written by a retired Senior Special Agent, Jade Eyes explores the realities of a federal criminal investigation (warts and all), not a glamorous Hollywood imitation. Perfect for ardent readers of crime thrillers. Find more adventures with Agent Kupar in The Why Files, also by Marshall Miller.

Paperback $16.99

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Survivors: Escaping the Tschaaa: A Story of Young Survival

Teenage siblings have it hard enough but when one of them is ‘different’ in the eyes of the world sometimes those conflicts seem insurmountable. When a barrage of meteorites decimates their home near Puyallup, Washington, brother and sister James and Janice Richards become embroiled in a new level of strife. The deadly space rocks are calling cards: The Tschaaa aliens are coming to Earth to find a new meat source for their Young. And that meat is humans. The Richards flee to a family cabin near Arlington even as the first humans are caught and butchered. The horrors of the Harvester robots and the nightmare of the invasion pushes James harder than any of his special needs ever have but he’s not alone. The siblings find allies in Matt Bearclaw, a Salish teen of the Puyallup Native American tribes, Forest Ranger Sally Card, and USAF Pararescue Staff Sergeant Camilla Sanchez. Will this unlikely band be able to reach the safety of a military base in the interior of the former United States? Will they be able to out-wit and out-run traitorous humans, Cyborgs, Harvesters, and alien attack craft? They’re not certain what the next moment brings but they do know this: Where there is life, there is hope.

Paperback $12.99

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The Tsunami: The Tschaaa Infestation (Book 2)

The epic tale of the Tschaaa infestation and occupation of Earth -- and the humans who fight them -- continues in this second massive volume.

Paperback $19.99  |  eBook $4.99

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Typhoon of Steel: The Tschaaa Infestation (Book 3)

The epic tale of the Tschaaa infestation and occupation of Earth -- and the humans who fight them -- concludes in this third massive volume.

Paperback $19.99  |  eBook $4.99

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The Why Files: It Begins (Book 1)

Blue Flash titles are pocket-sized books perfect for reading while you're waiting in line or taking a coffee break. Expect no more than 10k words for a fast-paced, hook-you-in-a-flash read. Based on the real-life experiences (with a twist) of retired federal agent Marshall Miller. Homeland Security Senior Special Agent Richard Johnson and forensic Special Agent Kim Kupar (of Jade Eyes) face the unexpected and the unknown as they deep dive to discover the who, what, where, and how—and especially the why. Agent Johnson is teamed up with his new partner, Agent Kupar, in an unusual case of death, destruction and ants. Will it be a match made in heaven or a match made of weird?

Paperback $5.99

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The Why Files: Dragons and Drugs (Book 2)

Blue Flash titles are pocket-sized books perfect for reading while you're waiting in line or taking a coffee break. Expect no more than 10k words for a fast-paced, hook-you-in-a-flash read. Based on the real-life experiences (with a twist) of retired federal agent Marshall Miller. Homeland Security Senior Special Agent Richard Johnson and forensic Special Agent Kim Kupar (of Jade Eyes) face the unexpected and the unknown as they deep dive to discover the who, what, where, and how—and especially the why. Agent Johnson and Agent Kupar deal with a creature out of mythology... or is it? Real or not, fire-spitting dragons aren’t as horrific as the lockdown’s effect on the illegal drug trade.

Paperback $5.99

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The Why Files: Predators and the Press (Book 3)

Blue Flash titles are pocket-sized books perfect for reading while you're waiting in line or taking a coffee break. Expect no more than 10k words for a fast-paced, hook-you-in-a-flash read. Based on the real-life experiences (with a twist) of retired federal agent Marshall Miller. Homeland Security Senior Special Agent Richard Johnson and forensic Special Agent Kim Kupar (of Jade Eyes) face the unexpected and the unknown as they deep dive to discover the who, what, where, and how—and especially the why. Agent Johnson and Agent Kupar deal with a genetically-altered Bengal tiger, Sir Kahn, and a newly-modified predator in the Olympic National Forest. Will “freedom of the press” cause them more hassle than the local law enforcement?

Paperback $5.99

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The Why Files: Felines and Marriage (Book 4)

Blue Flash titles are pocket-sized books perfect for reading while you're waiting in line or taking a coffee break. Expect no more than 10k words for a fast-paced, hook-you-in-a-flash read. Based on the real-life experiences (with a twist) of retired federal agent Marshall Miller. Homeland Security Senior Special Agent Richard Johnson and forensic Special Agent Kim Kupar (of Jade Eyes) face the unexpected and the unknown as they deep dive to discover the who, what, where, and how—and especially the why. In a special case of The Why Files for cat lovers, a lesbian couple take in a unique feline that Agent Kupar may know more about. The mystery of Sir Kahn grows with cat-like leaps and bounds!

Paperback $5.99

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The Why Files: Love is Blue (Book 5)

Blue Flash titles are pocket-sized books perfect for reading while you're waiting in line or taking a coffee break. Expect no more than 10k words for a fast-paced, hook-you-in-a-flash read. Based on the real-life experiences (with a twist) of retired federal agent Marshall Miller. Homeland Security Senior Special Agent Richard Johnson and forensic Special Agent Kim Kupar (of Jade Eyes) face the unexpected and the unknown as they deep dive to discover the who, what, where, and how—and especially the why. Agent Johnson and Agent Kupar explore variations of love and the color blue dealing with universe-hopping hunters, human traffickers, and some lovely aliens. The human condition is multifaceted: The good, the bad, and everywhere in-between.

Paperback $5.99

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The Why Files: The Gentleman and the Tiger (Book 6)

Blue Flash titles are pocket-sized books perfect for reading while you're waiting in line or taking a coffee break. Expect no more than 10k words for a fast-paced, hook-you-in-a-flash read. Based on the real-life experiences (with a twist) of retired federal agent Marshall Miller. Homeland Security Senior Special Agent Richard Johnson and forensic Special Agent Kim Kupar (of Jade Eyes) face the unexpected and the unknown as they deep dive to discover the who, what, where, and how—and especially the why. Is this the final chapter for Sir Kahn, the genetically-modified Bengal tiger? Agent Johnson and Agent Kupar are ordered to capture and kill Sir Kahn and his entire pride. But Fate is a fickle mistress and today? Fate has a decisively blue tint.

Paperback $5.99

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