This book is told through the mind of Michael Stammons, a serial killer.
He tells the story in a somewhat off-handed style, which might be disturbing to some. But it is his story, justifications for his actions.
This is a psychological thriller.
And a love story.
This is about my newest novel, Renaissance.
Renaissance is not about the Renaissance; it’s about a man—and a world—that undergoes a renaissance, a rebirth. This book is of a mixed genre but mostly an adventure, a thriller flavored with financial and political seasoning; it is tightly plotted and engagingly intricate, but interwoven with philosophical undertones.
Frankly, it’s hard to classify Renaissance in terms of genre. Besides being a business/political adventure/suspense/mystery thriller, there’s a bit of a love story. There’s a touch of highly feasible fantasy and a lot about an intense battle between superior forces. There’s stupidity and innovation and manipulation, but mostly it’s an engaging and complex story about a man’s growth, struggle, his cleverness and…well, here’s the brief synopsis:
What if you truly had the chance to go back in time to rewrite history and save the world from imminent destruction? What if your mission was to gain enough financial and political power to actually make a difference? But what if the power that gave you the opportunity had a competitor?
Robert Curry is a colorful college professor near Washington D.C. with a unique philosophy about the universe—one that happens to be true.… Continue reading