Daniel P. Douglas Discusses his Debut Science Fiction Book, Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project
In this Author Show radio interview, Daniel explains the what, how and why of his acclaimed debut novel, including mention of the thriller's key characters. A highlight is his discussion about William Harrison, the main protagonist, and one of Harrison's allies, Art Holcomb, an FBI agent with whom Harrison previously worked.
Here's More about the Book: A shooting incident put an end to William Harrison's FBI career. Now he chases marital cheaters and uncovers insurance fraud as a private investigator. But that's about to change.
A series of cryptic messages alerts Harrison to a decades-old government cover-up of contact with aliens. His mysterious informant once handled security for the Saint Mary Project but now wants the truth about the deadly conspiracy revealed.
Harrison recruits former companions in his attempt to halt the ruthless cover-up still carried out in the name of national security. He'll struggle against a web of lies, secrets, and sinister assassins, as well as mind-reading alien hybrids in his efforts.
In the midst of this paranormal case, he will also discover a secret about his own family that could very well be the key to unlocking the truth.
Will Harrison and his colleagues survive and reveal the deadly alien contact conspiracy? Find out in Daniel P. Douglas's science fiction suspense thriller Truth Insurrected: The Saint Mary Project.
And He Talks about his Interest in Aliens, Conspiracy, and UFOs
"To say the subject of UFOs is controversial would be an understatement, but that makes it all the more suitable as the topic for a novel. For decades, perhaps even centuries, people have seen these unknown craft in the sky or even underwater...There can be a sharp divide between believers and non-believers, and controversy about what it all means, especially in the context of alleged government secrecy. That tension, blended with the fundamental question, are we alone?, makes for a great storytelling opportunity."