Novels


DOUBLE VISIONS

Two mind-bending novels by N. E. Walker

“N. E. Walker is a magician with words, spellbinding the reader with imagery that makes the story so visual and real … This book held me in its grip from start to finish, and I highly recommend it.” -Cindy Taylor, Allbooks Review (Nexus, 5 Star)

Double Visions is a double pack of novels from N. E. Walker … a very much recommended read.” –Midwest Book Review

“A riveting read … Walker’s work is like a theme park ride…” (Purgatory)
Amazon review

PURGATORY

Glen Graves, a successful and wealthy entrepreneur with a beautiful wife and daughter, has only one problem: he’s in a coma. And it’s a strange hellish coma where Glen can hear, but no one else knows he’s in there. His mind soon finds a way to escape from the boring immobility of his hospital bed, as he begins to explore a nightmarish underworld. Struggling to understand the meaning of his disturbing hallucinations, Glen is finally forced to come to terms with the dark side of his personality.

Also see The Perfect People.

Tags: short novel, offbeat, edgy, suspense, mystery, coma, psychological, disorder, thriller, twilight zone

NEXUS

“Daddy, what’s wrong?”

Frowning, Joe Nichols glances down at daughter Melissa’s troubled face and struggles to regain his composure. He seethes as the raucous crowd cheers, convinced that the plot for the blockbuster family movie is one he created long ago, before he terminated his budding writing career. Furious, Joe vows to expose the movie’s screenwriter, Benton Sterling, as a plagiarist. It should be easy: just pull out his dusty novel, present the evidence to the press, and the world will know that Sterling is a fraud. But when a frantic search fails to unearth his old papers, Joe realizes that humiliating Sterling won’t be so easy. Now Joe will be forced to dig deep into his past–and confront his long-buried obsession–to get the proof he needs.

Also see: Obsession

Tags: novel, offbeat, edgy, suspense, mystery, psychological, obsession, thriller, twilight zone

Large Paperback (8″ x 5.2″) Available at CreateSpace and Amazon


NEXUS

Available As Part of Double Visions

How Far Should You Go to Correct an Injustice?

“Daddy, what’s wrong?”

Frowning, Joe Nichols glances down at daughter Melissa’s troubled face and struggles to regain his composure. He seethes as the raucous crowd cheers, convinced that the plot for the blockbuster family movie is one he created long ago, before he terminated his budding writing career. Furious, Joe vows to expose the movie’s screenwriter, Benton Sterling, as a plagiarist. It should be easy: just pull out his dusty novel, present the evidence to the press, and the world will know that Sterling is a fraud. But when a frantic search fails to unearth his old papers, Joe realizes that humiliating Sterling won’t be so easy. Now Joe will be forced to dig deep into his past–and confront his long-buried obsession–to get the proof he needs.

“…a nail biter of a mystery which ends with a distinct sci-fi twist.” -Cindy Taylor, Allbooks Review (5 star)

Tags: novel, offbeat, suspense, drama, mystery, psychological, obsession, thriller, sci-fi, twilight zone


PURGATORY

Also Available As Part of Double Visions

“A riveting read … Walker’s work is like a theme park ride”
-Amazon reader review

Glen Graves, a successful and wealthy entrepreneur with a beautiful wife and daughter, has only one problem: he’s in a coma. And it’s a strange hellish coma where Glen can hear, but no one else knows he’s in there. His mind soon finds a way to escape from the boring immobility of his hospital bed, as he begins to explore a nightmarish underworld. Struggling to understand the meaning of his disturbing hallucinations, Glen is finally forced to come to terms with the dark side of his personality.

Tags: short novel, offbeat, suspense, drama, mystery, coma, psychological, disorder, thriller, twilight zone


2 responses to “Novels

  1. Pingback: Purgatory: Madness Or A Window Into The Soul? | N. E. Walker

  2. Pingback: The Perfect People | N. E. Walker

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