Fiction Works of C.H. Foertmeyer
Sit back and enjoy a good story, as told by C.H. Foertmeyer, whose writing style has been compared to a cross between Mark Twain and Homer Hickam. Easy reading all the way and great stories told by a premier storyteller...
The Cats' Lair
What if the Bible were not complete? What if something existed, so beneficial to mankind that it had been intentionally omitted in order to protect its existence through complete secrecy? What if there were a place named Father Mountain, and within it, Ahveen? What if there were Guardians? Jim Preston and Red Porter, twenty-year-old workers at Miller Foundry in Rockaway, Illinois, are about to find out the answers to all these questions, high on a mountain in a remote region of northwestern Colorado. But by the time they reach twenty for the second time, it will be no more than a faint and hazy dream to them, knowing no more than what they have been permitted to learn by the Guardians of Father Mountain and their "former" selves.
Carver: High Mountain Tragedy
"Carver: High Mountain Tragedy" takes the reader into the minds of two troubled teenagers who, for years, have suffered the abuses and torments of their fellow classmates at Carver High. Kevin Reynolds and Wiley Coates are about to make decisions that will change their lives and the lives of their families, friends, and tormentors alike. In 1969, a lifetime of torment and ridicule could lead to retribution, but it would be of a more subtle nature than seen today; nonetheless, fatal and tragic. So it was when Wiley sought his revenge on Mary Clemmons. He would conscript his good friend, Kevin, into his plan and together they would have their revenge.
Near Fordyce, New Mexico, in the midst of the Sonoma Desert, lies the Sonoma Quadrant. No airplanes have ever disappeared in the Quadrant. Obviously, no ships have ever disappeared there either. What has disappeared there? People. For hundreds of years people have gone into the Sonoma and have never returned. Public records in nearby Fordyce indicate seventy-two such disappearances dating back as far as 1874, when records were first kept. Records from the abandoned Mexican village of Sonoma Rojo indicate disappearances dating back to 1644. Indian legends dating back to the Anasasi hint at the mysterious area as "a place one does not return from." But one man did emerge. In 1880, a prospector known only as Griswald was allowed to leave. Now, in 2003, Griswald is returning to the Quadrant and taking with him Tom and John Fischer. How could he still be alive? Why, after one hundred and twenty-three years would Griswald return? In this sequel to C.H. Foertmeyer's "The Cats' Lair," you will once again travel with the Guardians and discover things that may change forever the way in which you view the struggle between the powers of good and evil. You really haven't a clue...