Mythos: a Silicon Valley Thriller

As a programmer, Jack Nash solves problems for a living.
Now he must solve one to stay alive.

Today I’m releasing a novella I wrote back in late December 2012 and published in January 2013. MYTHOS: A Silicon Valley Thriller was born from the idea of writing a series of short novels in the style of Rod Serling’s fantastic Television show The Twilight Zone.

Though the “MYTHOS DOSSIER” never happened beyond this first novella, Jack’s story survived the ax and found its way into a new kind of book series, which I’ll be presenting later on this year.

When Jack is told that his office crush vanished from the company building without a trace, he saw no choice but to ask questions around Silicon Valley. The thing about Jack is that sometimes, he asks pretty hard.

It won’t be long until the Software Engineer figures out cops are playing dumb for a reason. Two dark, tenebrous figures will try to rip him apart for asking too many questions. They are the ones who inhabit the spaces between light and shadow, between eternity and oblivion. Twisted remnants from before the earth ascended from darkness, clawing their way back into civilization.

And Jack just got them pissed…

In MYTHOS, web programmer Jack Nash will take us on a twisted ride down the nine circles of hell. At the same time, he tries to solve a series of mysterious disappearances in one of the largest corporations of Silicon Valley.

Sexy. Violent. Gruesome in all the right places. That is MYTHOS, a piece of hardboiled noir fiction you won’t see every day. Picture Tom Clancy collaborating with Lovecraft: the result? A horror technothriller that will have you on the edge of your seat.