DNA. The Alex Cave Series book 6.

Your genes and social media postings will determine if you live or die!


Ex-CIA operative and geophysicist Alex Cave meets an archaeologist named Mya Austin, who tells him about a recently discovered prophecy in an ancient cave drawing belonging to the Sioux Nation. Alex is intrigued, but declines Mya’s offer to visit the dig site because of a pressing family issue. A rift had formed between him and his nephew, and it was like a dagger through his heart.

Geneticist Zane Simon’s amazing discovery will save the lives of a select number of humans here on earth, but there is no hope for the other seven billion. Alex and his family are among the lucky few, but he is torn between joining the chosen ones, or doing what he does best and try to avert an apocalyptic disaster. The odds of success are small and the choice almost too much to bear, yet there is no real alternative.

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Hello. I’m James M. Corkill, a Veteran, and retired Federal Firefighter from Washington State, USA. I was an electronic technician and studied mechanical engineering in my spare time before eventually becoming a firefighter for 32-years and retiring. I’ve since settled into the Appalachian Mountains of western North Carolina, and I have a fantastic view from my writing desk.

I began writing in 1997, and was fortunate to meet a famous horror writer named Hugh B. Cave, who became my mentor. In 2002, I rushed to self-published a dozen copies of Dead Energy so my wife could see my book before she was taken by cancer. When my soul mate was gone, I stopped writing and began drinking heavily.

My favorite quote. “When you wake up in the morning, you never know where the day will take you.”

In 2013, I met a stranger who recognized my name and had enjoyed an old copy of Dead Energy, except for the ending. When she encouraged me to start writing again, I realized this chance meeting was just what I needed to hear at the right moment. I quit drinking and began the rewrite of Dead Energy into The Alex Cave Series. Now I’m a bestselling and award-winning author, and I’m thankful for that fateful encounter.

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