Dean M. Lichterman combines his 18-year background in print journalism with his study of Biblical prophecy to invent the pre-apocalyptic genre for his debut novel "Write Place, Right Time," as well as Cane & Able.
“The open nature of Kitty's character and the way Vaughn makes her such a likeable character make this the only urban fantasy world where I want to read every book of the series.” —The Denver Post
This New York Times bestselling urban fantasy series from Carrie Vaughn follows Kitty Norville, everybody’s favorite werewolf DJ and out-of-the-closet supernatural creature. She’s fought evil vampires, were-creatures, and some serious black magic. She’s done it all with a sharp wit and the help of a memorable cast of werewolf hunters, psychics, and if-not-good-then-neutral vampires by her side.
Other Tor books by Carrie Vaughn
After the Golden Age
Dreams of the Golden Age
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In Book 1, Mozeh abducts the god Protector, hunts for the future leaders they call Marked Children, and sets Heteras aflame.
The Elders appoint Anazar, a record keeper, to lead the survivors through a mythical stairway beneath a lake watched over by Guardian spirits. They carry with them a sac full of green stones, a withered journal, and pouches of an indigenous tea.
The ninety-ninth step leads the Heterans to a vineyard in a sleepy village in Rhineland, Germany.
With the children safe, Anazar begins his search for an heir who possesses a jewel that will help the travelers in their quest to rescue their Protector and restore peace in Heteras.
They adjust to life in this big strange world and embark on an adventure that earns them allies and foes. Along the way, they cross paths with a brother and a sister who are also on a quest of their own.
Was this encounter predestined?
Their search takes them to the peaks of the Dolomites in Northern Italy where they hope to find the answers they seek, and where, on a seemingly unremarkable hill, the next phase of their adventure begins.
Unfortunately, riots, a mass shooting, heavy snowfall, a Satanic global syndicate and an annoying punk bent on stealing donations get in his way. Try as he might, Lamplighter can’t seem to keep from again being pulled into more trouble that extends into every aspect of his life.
In this third installment of the misadventures of Don Lamplighter, author Dean M. Lichterman takes readers on a hair-raising journey fraught with danger, deceit … and hope. Armed with only wits, Lamplighter tasks himself with putting the pieces together to save not only himself and family but all of the communities in which he works.
In “Write Place, Right Time,” the intrepid freelancer dodged shrapnel from a massive train wreck while saving the life of a baby. In “Cane and Able,” he survived being dumped unconscious into Canandaigua Lake on the Fourth of July. What’s in store for him this time? Find out in “The Green Gauntlet,” the latest journey for reluctant hero Don Lamplighter.
Ted Dekker’s bestselling and most beloved series—together in one volume.
It's the story of a man named Thomas Hunter, an unlikely hero who finds himself pulled between two worlds. In our reality, he works in a coffee house. In the other, he becomes a battle-scarred general leading a band of followers known as the Circle. Every time he falls asleep in one reality, he wakes in the other. The fate of both worlds now rests on his ability to shift realities through his dreams—and somehow, find a way to change history.
Four novels. Two Worlds. One Story.
Praise for the Circle series:
“Put simply: it’s a brilliant, dangerous idea. And we need more dangerous ideas . . . Dekker’s trilogy is a mythical epic, with a vast, predetermined plot and a scope of staggering proportions . . . Black is one of those books that will make you thankful that you know how to read. If you love a good story, and don’t mind suspending a little healthy disbelief, Black will keep you utterly enthralled from beginning to . . . well, cliffhanger. Red can’t get here fast enough.” —FuseMagazine.net
“As a producer of movies filled with incredible worlds and heroic characters, I have high standards for the fiction I read. Ted Dekker’s novels deliver big with mind-blowing, plot-twisting page-turners. Fair warning—this trilogy will draw you in at a breakneck pace and never let up. Cancel all plans before you start because you won’t be able to stop once you enter Black.” —RALPH WINTER, Producer—X-Men, X2: X-Men United, Planet of the Apes, Executive Producer—StarTrek V: Final Frontier
“Black has to be the read of the year! A powerful, thought-provoking, edge-of-your-seat thriller of epic proportions that offers great depth and insight into the forces around us.” —JOE GOODMAN, film producer, Namesake Entertainment
While on what he expects to be a routine Monday night trip to a village board meeting, Lamplighter’s good nature compels him to help a stranded vehicle. Little does he know that by saving one of the car’s occupants, he sets forth a chain of what to him seem to be unrelated events where his must use his physical and social skills to save himself and others from precarious situations.
Once Lamplighter connects the events he, and therefore the reader, learn about a secret society and its plans for a dystopian future.
Events in “Write Place, Right Time” are based on the 16-year journalism career of debut novelist Dean Lichterman. Lichterman has written for newspapers and magazines spanning a geographic area from Upstate New York to Alaska. He has authored articles on topics ranging from health to sports to elections to business and uses knowledge from those interviews grippingly describe to the world, as trouble always seems to surround the main characters.
Lichterman combines his background with his knowledge of biblical prophecy to make “Write Place, Right Time” an exciting journey through the life of a common person who is unknowingly thrust into a battle of global importance.