Villainous Press released Barton’s Island by Harl Vincent, one of my favorite early science fiction authors. I wrote the foreword for this book, and even my wife, who is not a big reader of science fiction, enjoyed the story.
In the year 2229, Jerome Carter and his Gang of Ten run the government of United North America from the shadows. With the iron fist of business acumen, they fear only one thing: a leader who can motivate the working class, called the Gray, to revolt.
Philip Barton, born one of the elite, is that man.
Barton is exiled, along with his wife and associates. What his enemies don’t realize is that Barton and his airship yacht are not all they appear to be.
On the run from government agents, Barton escapes to a secret location known as Barton’s Island. Can he elude the thugs from the government long enough to lead the workers of the world to a new era?
It’s a fun romp. You can pick it up on Amazon, Powell’s, Books-a-Million, Barnes and Noble, and an independent bookshop near you. Once the links are all active, I will add it to my book listing.