Daniel P. Wilde

I’m Dan. I grew up in Taylorsville, a suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah. My teenage years were spent skiing, golfing, mountain biking, hiking and camping (and attending high school now and then). After high school, I spent two years in Scotland on a religious service mission. During college, I met and married Chandi; and we started our family shortly after that.

I graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications. Since the best job I could possibly hope to land with that degree would be writing obituaries, I went to law school in San Diego, California. Boogie boarding became my favorite pastime.

I graduated from law school in 2007 and was offered a sweet job at a small firm in St. George, Utah, in the southwest corner of the state. I practice law in both California and Utah.  I’ve been in St. George with my family for 10 years now. It’s hot here. I’m perspiring just thinking about it. But my life couldn’t be better. I’m a husband and a father of six. My wife and kids are amazing and keep me busy and young-ish. My wife is hot.

I’m a lawyer, a pianist, a percussionist, a Sunday School teacher, a soccer dad, an armchair quarterback, an outdoor enthusiast, and now, an “author”. In the very little free time I have, I camp, cliff-jump, kayak, golf, do yardwork, and hike with my family. On the rare occasion I have free time after all of that, I write.

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The horrors of World War 2 are widely known. The horrors that have remained unknown--until now--are far worse. In the year 2093, an ancient biological weapon is accidentally unearthed from the sands of the Sahara Desert.

Experts Shift Bader and Anta Chalthoum are called to investigate, but even they cannot fathom the breadth of what has been uncovered.

The stakes quickly rise as the peril intensifies. Shift and Anta must set aside their budding feelings for each other as they face a catastrophe the likes of which the world has never known; the effects of which threaten to reach beyond the borders of our own world.

A planetary epidemic has ravaged the human race, leaving few survivors. Doctors Shift Bader and Anta Chalthoum, previously isolated underground, lead a small team to the surface to begin rebuilding a shattered world. As they rise to search for the living, they finally see the devastation first-hand, and soon realize that survival was only the beginning of their struggle.

A new peril emerges - not a mindless bacterium, but a focused, calculating opponent, determined to destroy those who remain. As new enemies close in, Shift and Anta search for answers, and once again find themselves fighting for survival – this time against an evil that will not be deterred until all of humanity is eradicated.

Humanity, in its final chapter, no longer controls its own destiny. While Anthrax E and a horde of inhuman beings destroy life across the globe, ruthless men in secret research facilities mount a vicious assault on the scattered remnants of the human race. As Shift Bader and his friends struggle to find allies, new revelations threaten to tear them apart.

The horrors of World War 2 are widely known. The horrors that have remained unknown--until now--are far worse. In the year 2093, an ancient biological weapon is accidentally unearthed from the sands of the Sahara Desert.

Experts Shift Bader and Anta Chalthoum are called to investigate, but even they cannot fathom the breadth of what has been uncovered.

The stakes quickly rise as the peril intensifies. Shift and Anta must set aside their budding feelings for each other as they face a catastrophe the likes of which the world has never known; the effects of which threaten to reach beyond the borders of our own world.

A planetary epidemic has ravaged the human race, leaving few survivors. Doctors Shift Bader and Anta Chalthoum, previously isolated underground, lead a small team to the surface to begin rebuilding a shattered world. As they rise to search for the living, they finally see the devastation first-hand, and soon realize that survival was only the beginning of their struggle.

A new peril emerges - not a mindless bacterium, but a focused, calculating opponent, determined to destroy those who remain. As new enemies close in, Shift and Anta search for answers, and once again find themselves fighting for survival – this time against an evil that will not be deterred until all of humanity is eradicated.

Humanity, in its final chapter, no longer controls its own destiny. While Anthrax E and a horde of inhuman beings destroy life across the globe, ruthless men in secret research facilities mount a vicious assault on the scattered remnants of the human race. As Shift Bader and his friends struggle to find allies, new revelations threaten to tear them apart.

Daniel P. Wilde

I’m Dan. I grew up in Taylorsville, a suburb of Salt Lake City, Utah. My teenage years were spent skiing, golfing, mountain biking, hiking and camping (and attending high school now and then). After high school, I spent two years in Scotland on a religious service mission. During college, I met and married Chandi; and we started our family shortly after that.

I graduated from the University of Utah with a bachelor’s degree in mass communications. Since the best job I could possibly hope to land with that degree would be writing obituaries, I went to law school in San Diego, California. Boogie boarding became my favorite pastime.

I graduated from law school in 2007 and was offered a sweet job at a small firm in St. George, Utah, in the southwest corner of the state. I practice law in both California and Utah.  I’ve been in St. George with my family for 10 years now. It’s hot here. I’m perspiring just thinking about it. But my life couldn’t be better. I’m a husband and a father of six. My wife and kids are amazing and keep me busy and young-ish. My wife is hot.

I’m a lawyer, a pianist, a percussionist, a Sunday School teacher, a soccer dad, an armchair quarterback, an outdoor enthusiast, and now, an “author”. In the very little free time I have, I camp, cliff-jump, kayak, golf, do yardwork, and hike with my family. On the rare occasion I have free time after all of that, I write.

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