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“A techno science fiction thriller that is grounded in what we know of our physical world, yet explores our dreamtime fears about the nature of the alien unknowable. It’s part of a tradition that spans Jules Verne to James Cameron. It’s the story of a brilliant man, a scientist named Jason Parker, who confronts something that not only challenges his core beliefs, but threatens to destroy them.”

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Triangle

Superpowers race to recover alien technology. Russians retrieve a UFO in Lake Baikal, and the U.S. Navy orders saturation divers to risk everything to salvage a spacecraft that may not exist. Jason Parker must ensure the divers’ safe return; the balance of world power depends on mission success, a blind remote viewer, and a Troll named Truman.

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Dioscuri

Jason Parker and the star-child Laura Smith discover the true power of the alien craft, but will it be enough to save the human race from its biggest threat yet?

TBA

The Jason Parker series is written by a Navy Diving and Aviation Scientist.

“Dip into the surreal world of the Jason Parker Trilogy  and discover what an extraordinarily fine adventure John Clarke has given us: techno science fiction thrillers that are at once mercilessly grounded in what we know of our physical world, yet explore our dreamtime fears about the nature of the alien unknowable. It’s part of a tradition that spans Jules Verne to James Cameron, and Clarke—a diving scientist who has studied all of the ways that calamity stalks the conceited, the careless, and the unlucky in the unforgiving deep—writes with authority. His encyclopedic knowledge of the hidden ocean world, combined with his gift for storytelling, has given us novels that are unlike any other. It’s the story of a brilliant man, a scientist named Jason Parker, who confronts something that not only challenges his core beliefs, but threatens to destroy them. In a way, it’s the story of all of us, hurtling headlong into the mysterious future. It’s a series that I will read time and again, and always find something fresh.”    —Max McCoy, Novelist, Journalism Professor, Diver.

John R. Clarke, Ph.D.
John Clarke
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