Having only started writing "documentary fiction" and "adventure fiction" in 2015, within two years Kenneth Chamberlin published seven full length novels. His fictional Mega Thrust is a look into what could happen in B.C. if and when the Cascadia Fault Zone unlocks, producing a mega earthquake. Justice Best Served portrays a vigilante sniper correcting social ills when the justice system fails First Nations in Hazelton, B.C.

Chamberlin began writing after he retired from his engineering and construction businesses. Earlier, he served in the navy during the Cuban Missile Crisis and suffered hearing loss. Hisinterests throughout the years include flying airplanes, target shooting, hunting, sailing and designing gold processing plants. He lives in Vancouver. His most recent self-published titles include Cryonic Cyborgs and The Galactic Ambassador.


BOOKS

Cryonic Cyborgs (self-published, 2017) $10.99 978-1548100551


The Galactic Ambassador (self-published, 2017) $12.25 978-1541383012


The Organ Thief (self-published 2017) $9.99 978-1520775500

The Birth Of Chicago: A saga of war, turmoil and adventure, 1743 -1943 (self-published, 2016) $18.68 978-1537203560


Mega Thrust (self-published 2016) $15.63 978-1533003188


Justice Best Served (self-published 2016) $10.56 978-1523908684


Hidden in Plain Sight (self-published 2016) $15.03 978-1522938781


[BCBW 2017]