My novel, Ghost Town, is available at, and following is a short excerpt from it.

The scientist among the spectators knew much of the laws of physics, of force and motion and friction and gravity, but she repealed them all. Weightless and soundless, she was beauty embodied and filled the space with lines voluptuously curved and straighter than Euclid or God himself could have produced. Her face promised an eternity of love and youth. She was there in the dingy theatre, but she was at once no nearer than a nebula of stardust.