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Shadow Ops Series: Con­trol Point (Ace, Feb­ruary 2012)
ISBN: 978–1937007249

WINNER OF THE 2013 COMPTON-CROOK AWARD!

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Army Officer. Fugi­tive. Sorcerer.

Across the country and in every nation, people are waking up with mag­ical tal­ents. Untrained and pan­icked, they summon storms, raise the dead, and set every­thing they touch ablaze.

Army officer Oscar Britton sees the worst of it. A lieu­tenant attached to the military’s Super­nat­ural Oper­a­tions Corps, his mis­sion is to bring order to a world gone mad. Then he abruptly man­i­fests a rare and pro­hib­ited mag­ical power, trans­forming him overnight from gov­ern­ment agent to public enemy number one.

The SOC knows how to handle this kind of sit­u­a­tion: hunt him down–and take him out. Driven into an under­ground shadow world, Britton is about to learn that magic has changed all the rules he’s ever known, and that his life isn’t the only thing he’s fighting for.

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Shadow Ops Series: Fortress Fron­tier (Ace, Feb­ruary 2013) — ISBN: 978–0425256367

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An Officer. An Out­cast. A Fight for Survival.

The Great Reawak­ening did not come qui­etly. Across the country and in every nation, people began to develop ter­ri­fying powers–summoning storms, raising the dead, and set­ting every­thing they touch ablaze. Overnight the rules changed…but not for everyone.

Colonel Alan Book­binder is an army bureau­crat whose worst war wound is a paper-cut. But after he develops mag­ical powers, he is torn from every­thing he knows and thrown onto the front-lines.

Drafted into the Super­nat­ural Oper­a­tions Corps in a new and dan­gerous world, Book­binder finds him­self in com­mand of For­ward Oper­ating Base Frontier–cut off, sur­rounded by mon­sters, and on the brink of being overrun.

Now, he must find the will to lead the people of FOB Fron­tier out of hell, even if the one hope of sal­va­tion lies in teaming up with the man whose own mag­ical powers put the base in such grave danger in the first place–Oscar Britton, public enemy number one…

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Shadow Ops Series: Breach Zone (Ace, Feb­ruary 2014)

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Our Gifts, for Our Nation.

The Great Reawak­ening did not come qui­etly. Across the country and in every nation, people began “coming up Latent,” devel­oping ter­ri­fying powers—summoning storms, raising the dead, and set­ting every­thing they touch ablaze. Those who Man­i­fest must choose: become a sheepdog who pro­tects the flock or a wolf who devours it…

In the wake of a bloody battle at For­ward Oper­ating Base Fron­tier and a scan­dalous pres­i­den­tial impeach­ment, Lieu­tenant Colonel Jan Thorsson, call sign “Har­le­quin,” becomes a national hero and a pariah to the mil­i­tary that is the only family he’s ever known.

In the fight for Latent equality, Oscar Britton is posi­tioned to lead a rebel­lion in exile, but a pow­erful rival beats him to the punch: Scylla, a walking weapon who will stop at nothing to end the human-sanctioned apartheid against her kind.

When Scylla’s inhuman forces invade New York City, the Super­nat­ural Oper­a­tions Corps are the only sol­diers equipped to pre­vent a mas­sacre. In order to redeem him­self with the mil­i­tary, Har­le­quin will be forced to face off with this havoc-wreaking woman from his past, warped by her power into some­thing evil…

Short Fic­tion

Shouting Down the Moon

Shout­ing Down the Moon (reprint)

The Best of All Flesh: Zom­bie Anthol­ogy (Jan, 2010)

Naktong Flow

Nak­tong Flow

Black Gate (Spring, 2009)

A Place for Heroes

A Place for Heroes

Weird Tales
(January-February, 2004)

The Book of Final Flesh

Shouting Down The Moon

The Book of Final Flesh (July, 2003)

Car Trouble

Car Trouble

Pad­wolf Press
(June, 2003)

Non-fiction Arti­cles

Cen­turies Ago, a Man Made a Piece of Armor That Changed the Course of My Life

Tor​.com (Feb­ruary, 2013)

How to Vio­late Your Secu­rity Poli­cies: Four Easy Steps on What NOT to do When Guarding Your Secu­rity Gates

InfoS­e­cu­rity Pro­fes­sional Insights (Jan­uary, 2013)

Com­pany Com­man­ders: Leaders In and Out of Rating

U.S. Coast Guard Lead­er­ship News (October, 2012)

Ready for the Real Thing

U.S. Coast Guard Forum (May, 2012)

Art Imi­tates War: Post-Traumatic Stress Dis­order in A Song of Ice and Fire.

Beyond the Wall: Exploring George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire (June, 2012)

A Warrior’s Com­plexity: Orphanage by Robert Buettner

Tor​.com (Jan­uary, 2012)

5 Min­utes to Mid­night: Warhammer 40,000 and Apoc­a­lypse Literature

SFSignal (November, 2011)

Why Every Writer Should Join the US Military

John​miereau​.com (July, 2011) Reposted at Tor​.com (Part II) (Jan­uary, 2012)

The Kids are All Right: Greg Van Eekhout and Carrie Vaughn on YA and MG

Tor​.com (June, 2011)

The Analyst’s Toolbox

Journal of Coun­tert­er­rorism and Home­land Secu­rity Inter­na­tional (Feb­ruary, 2006)

The Tax­o­nomic Obses­sion: Pro­filing as a 4GW Tac­tical Error

On Point: Coun­tert­er­rorism Journal (Jan­uary, 2006) Reprinted in Journal of Coun­tert­er­rorism and Home­land Secu­rity Inter­na­tional (August, 2006)

Con­fronting the 4th Gen­er­a­tion Enemy

Journal of Coun­tert­er­rorism and Home­land Secu­rity Inter­na­tional (November, 2005)

Meet the New War, Same as the Old War: Could 5GW come Full Circle

On Point: Coun­tert­er­rorism Journal (November, 2005) Reprinted in Journal of Coun­tert­er­rorism and Home­land Secu­rity Inter­na­tional (March, 2007)

Comic Book Warning: An Unlikely Insight into Warfare’s 5th Generation

Small Wars Journal (October, 2005)

Lessons from The Mil­i­tary: Applying 4GW Theory to The Intel­li­gence Community

Defense and The National Interest (August 10, 2005) Reprinted in On Point: Coun­tert­er­rorism Journal (Sep­tember 9, 2005)

Steam Power to the People: China Miéville’s Iron Council

Strange Hori­zons (November, 2004)

Rising Sun vs. Morning Calm: The Birth of a Korean Fencing Tradition

Strange Hori­zons (December, 2002)