Randall Moore hails from Boise, Idaho, after living most of his life in Southern California. After a decades-long hiatus, he returned to fiction in 2013, and to date has completed thirty-one novels. He’s a rabid reader and lover of history, and peppers his tales with historical references while striving to make the details as historically accurate and pertinent as possible.
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In a world where the incubation of men is banned, a brilliant, empathetic scientist rescues an illegal man from his sadistic owner, launching a power struggle between the status quo and the agents of change.
One hundred and fifty years after the incubation of men was banned, Eleanora Duncan stumbles on a shocking secret. A Colony of lower-caste women are incubating baby boys for sale. Owning a man is the ultimate secret status symbol for the rich and powerful but also against the law, a law the elites support for ordinary members of society while exempting themselves. The Colony now has fully grown men ready to be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
When Eleanora discovers that a man she bonded with at the Colony is suffering abuse by her owner, she comes to his aid, and spirits him to a journalist friend’s mountain home several states away. Her intent is to expose the hypocrisy of the elites. When their plan backfires, her journalist friend is arrested, and she and the man are pursued by the Federal Police, igniting a power struggle that could bring down the government, and launch a civil war.
Will men once again be permitted to live openly with women, or will they be relegated to the near oblivion and slavery that awaits them in the shadows?
The Information Age ended with the collapse of industrial society. As the world entered a new dark age, humanity has been cast down from their dominant place in the world.
This is the world in which Simon Crandall grew up. Savage and unforgiving, gone are the cities with their towering skylines. Gone are the governments wielding global power over life and death. All that remain of their might and majesty are decaying ruins.
But when Simon discovers the key to a weapon powerful enough to destroy the world, he is pursued by enemies who will stop at nothing to prevent him from revealing this dangerous secret. Facing enemies and betrayal on all sides, Simon is determined to find this weapon first. But he is far from the only one seeking it. The survival of his people, and possibly the world hangs in the balance.
In Afterworld, by Bryan McBee, war, politics, and espionage are at the forefront of this fantasy hero’s quest with a modern twist. The dire consequences of humankind’s choices in the past prove to have a lasting impact upon the future.