Dzido's List

by P. Carter Earnshaw

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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 5/6/2021

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 450
ISBN : 9781982267889
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 450
ISBN : 9781982267902
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 450
ISBN : 9781982267896

About the Book

The tale of two worlds, good and evil, feared and loved, mortal and immortal. Doctor Huey Chang’s research has Adolph Hitler anxious to run trials on prisoners at the Auschwitz Concentration camp. Generously funded by Nazi financiers, the medical break-through promises to save wounded soldiers who otherwise succumb to gangrene and other infections. Metamorphosed victims discover extraordinary strength and immortality. However, the benefits of Chang’s formula, comes with a human price, a blood-letting. Fearing his formula fall into the hands of the Fascists, Doctor Chang, his Vampires, and the Krupp funds, disappear. San Francisco 1980’s. After the death of their parents, Gay brothers, Joey and Dylan Sanders find they are unable to manage a failing bed and breakfast and convert it into an AIDS Hospice to qualify for government funding. In search of an estate for the Creed, Doctor Huey Chang is both enamored by the Hospice’s regal architecture and suited smoke screen from their enemies. Dylan Sanders, also a AIDS patient, convinces his brother to sale the hospice to Doctor Chang. Saved from their imminent mortality by Chang and his angels of mercy, the grateful survivors join the vampire Creed. The vigilantes take vengeance on the forces of their oppression, fascism, and a war breaks out on the streets of San Francisco. Paranormal guardians, mired by inconvenient romances, challenged by KKK forces, and hunted by the German Firm that financed Doctor Chang’s experiment, find their fate in the hands of one lawman who is torn between low crime rates and the integrity of the law.

About the Author

P. Carter Earnshaw, author of philosophy, children's stories, and science fiction, studied journalism and political science at the University of Utah. Carter pursued his passion as a Radio News Broadcaster and a Writer. He grew up in Woods Cross, Utah, a predominantly Mormon farming community. Following a two year Mormon mission in Queensland, Australia, Carter came to terms with his homosexuality and moved to Reno, Nevada, where he met his soul mate and started a new life. He continued to write, but that too was marginalized by a succcessful career in Transit Management. After retiring, he devoted his time to publishing his first book, "The I-Factor," the the seven beatitudes of Integrity. Carter's travels around the world have inspired him to address the social cancer of Fascism in his historical fiction Work, Bite. He finds his solace in Nature where he discovered that the metaphysical is abundant as the tangible beauty of it.