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Price: $6.99

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459 Pages, Paperback, 4.25 x 7

ISBN-10: 0-9798210-0-2
ISBN-13: 978-0-9798210-0-4

The inhabitants of a remote Indian village mysteriously vanish. A small girl is discovered abandoned in isolation, the last survivor and witness. A troubled anthropologist and a young military genius desperately seek the answers to this riddle only to find that the fate of modern civilization is about to be profoundly altered. As they struggle to avoid the lethal pursuit of a mad assassin, they soon learn that treachery and deceit will be the traits by which mankind ultimately falls. The Flash Incident is the first installment in a trilogy by A.D. Burns, a work of revolutionary thought invoking a suspenseful combination of military fiction, new technology, and reality-based horror.

About The Author

A.D. Burns was born in Charlotte, North Carolina and now resides in Miami Beach, Florida. Contact him at, or visit

Customer Reviews

Dan Wald from Wayne , NJ
 Greatly enjoyed this book. Great characters, cool premise. And one of the best, most evil characters I've encountered in a long time.

Looking forward to the next in the series!
 Awesome book. The end really leaves you hanging. He mentions two more coming in the series!