The Moral Crusades of Mike O’Donnell

The Moral Crusades of Mike O’Donnell
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Reboot, by Mike O'Donnell

Reboot, by Mike O'Donnell


A story connecting the lives of an early Stone-Age people, a family of Roman settlers, escapers from a Todesmarsch column in 1945, and refugees crossing the East-West German border.

They all seek a refuge, and dream of peace and a new beginning. A cave provides shelter and an inspiration.


Blast Radius, by Mike O'Donnell

Blast Radius, by Mike O'Donnell


Crime, poverty, and riots blight have blighted mid-21st century Britain. Can the controlled environment of Heatham Complex and the REBOOT process produce an ordered society?

The experiment seems to be working…until NOLAN starts graffiti spraying



Dane Hall Labs discover a genetic technique to deliver selective medical treatment.

Trident, a group of nationalist fanatics, steal the file to use for their own aims. Their thief is mugged and the file goes missing.

“God, Darby. What if someone makes a balls of it? They could wipe out the whole human race.”


Reclaim, by Mike O'Donnell

Reclaim, by Mike O'Donnell

RECLAIM Available soon

Evil reigns when good men do nothing, and NICK FINNISTER’s thugs have taken over the city. Millionaire SEAN CARPENTER, mistaken for social worker TOD FONTWELL, is beaten and stripped.

He needs a man who can focus a moral crusade. Charismatic singer JOSHUA CROSS seems to fit the bill.



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