A passport to immortality

A historical fiction novel involving gods and angels in the sky by Mark R. Clifford.

A Foreword This is a story about a man who’d long been reported missing, the now-famous Trent McShane. My husband. The procurement of legends had become his passport to immortality. I have not seen Trent for many years, and, contrary to popular belief, he had no sin to be forgiven—due to a few passages I’d […]

The Bean Hollow Museum of Spectacle

An aerial view of a historical fiction island in the typhoon coast.

A fleeting shadow in the corner of the kitchen caught Tony’s eye. Its beckoning gaze had brushed the back of his head. An icy tingle stiffened his neck. Someone was watching him and ten thousand goosebumps followed. In his anxiety to see everywhere at once he heard clearly the pulse in his ears give a […]


Historical fiction portrays a town on the Typhoon Coast destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, offering an aerial view.

Trent and Eddy were going on twelve when they conjured up the chivalry to see their first naked lady. Now they were hightailing it from an angry barker who was guarding the Condor Club as if he were a dragon protecting his lair. Eddy threw back his head and made a barking laugh, “Let’s skedaddle […]