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Stephen B. Pearl

Stephen B. Pearl

Tinker's Plague

Oil reserves depleted. Society collapsed.
A few places cling to modern technology. For everywhere else, there are the Tinkers.

In southern Ontario, Novo Gaia uses sustainable energy to support its citizens in comfort. From there, Novo Gaia sends Doctors of Applied General Technology, tinkers, into the Dark Lands to install everything from solar stills to televisions—and make a profit.

Brad Cooper is a tinker on his route in Guelph when he finds himself at the epicentre of a plague outbreak. Stranded without support in a tenuously-held quarantine zone, he must use his limited medical training in a desperate search for a treatment against an insidious relic from an age of excess.

Meanwhile, fuelled by panic, other townspeople caught within the quarantine zone conspire to sabotage relief efforts. Distrusted by the people he's trying to help, hampered by political rivals, under-supplied, over-worked, and with his own risk of infection increasing, Brad seems to be fighting a losing battle as the casualties mount...



Tinker's Plague is the first book in the Tinker series.

Tinker's Plague by Stephen B. Pearl Tinker's Sea (Tinker books Book 2) by Stephen B. Pearl


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Stephen Pearl (stephenp11) | 10 comments Tinker's Sea by Stephen B. Pearl Tinker's Sea Tinker's Sea book 2 of the Tinker's World series.

Oil reserves depleted. Society collapsed.
A few places cling to modern technology.
For everywhere else, there are the Tinkers.

In southern Ontario, Novo Gaia uses sustainable energy to support its citizens in comfort. From there, Novo Gaia sends Doctors of Applied General Technology, tinkers, into the Dark Lands to install everything from solar stills to televisions—and make a profit.

After twenty years as an E.R. nurse, Tabitha “Tabby” Drivensky’s failing marriage sent her into the tinker program and the open waters of the Great Lakes. While fulfilling her Coast Guard service obligation, she rescues a boy named Andy Camble from a sinking ship.

Andy turns out to have vital information on Packer, a pirate captain who has been plaguing the Great Lakes for generations in an ancient, nuclear-powered submarine. Using Andy’s intelligence, Tabby sets out ostensibly to scout out a new aquatic tinker route along Lake Huron but secretly assigned by Novo Gaia to find and put an end to Packer once and for all.

Book two in the Tinker's World series takes a hard look at the realities of the legacy of the nuclear age.


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Stephen Pearl (stephenp11) | 10 comments Nukekubi by Stephen B. Pearl NukekubiHi all, I hope I'm doing this right.

Nukekubi are Japanese goblins that live as men by day, but at night they slip their heads free of their flesh and devour human prey. The beast’s victims are literally scared to death.
Ray, a modern-day wizard, confronts a nukekubi that is feasting on the people of Toronto. He is aided by Cathy, a sorceress of numerous charms, and Toshiro and Kunio, two, Japanese, martial artists who have made hunting nukekubi their lives' work.
The battle becomes a question of who is hunting who and what is the millennia-old connection that binds Ray to the nukekubi?


Stephen Pearl (stephenp11) | 10 comments Worlds Apart by Stephen B. Pearl Worlds ApartHi all, if you like magical romance with a bit of realism and new twist check out my novel Worlds Apart.

Markus a wizard from a parallel Earth travels to our world in a bid to stop a blight that is destroying his own. Here he meets Alcina, a Wiccan Priestess, who is in a custody battle over her son, Tim, against Carl, the boy’s sire, who abandoned her when she was pregnant eight years before. Carl has the backing of a dangerous religious cult in his bid to take custody.

Together Markus and Alcina face the forces of intolerance and hate to save a child and a world and thaw two warm harts too long trapped in the ice of betrayal.

Meanwhile, Markus’ best friend and ex-fiancée, who is now a vampire, battle the authorities who are likely to hang Markus upon his return because he has done research into forbidden magics.


Stephen Pearl (stephenp11) | 10 comments Horn of the Kraken by Stephen B. Pearl Horn of the KrakenDuring the sword age of Ragnarok, the Norse apocalypse, a group of heroes must steal the horn of the kraken from Hakon, the bastard pretender to the throne of Norveig, who is using it to force kraken to sink the ships of Jarl Eric Bloodaxe, in a bid to win the war between them.

Can a Karl’s son, who would rather be a skald, lead a Seith witch, who is plagued by ghosts, a near giant Galdr, with the power of the Runes at his disposal, a Maiden of Ratatosky, mischief woman, who may be more trouble than she’s worth, and a Ulfhednar, wolf warrior, who is a traditional foe of him and his gods, into a battle to save their way of life and the freedom to choose the gods you call your own.

This is book one of the Magic Treasures saga set in the RPG world of The Fate of the Norns Roal Playing Game universe. The book itself is what I like to call anthropologically accurate. Ragnarok, of course, didn't happen but the settings tools and actions are true to the Norse. Also, the conflict over the throne is based on an actual war that happened in the nine hundreds.


Stephen Pearl (stephenp11) | 10 comments Stephen wrote: "Tinker's Sea by Stephen B. PearlTinker's Sea Tinker's Sea book 2 of the Tinker's World series.

Oil reserves depleted. Society collapsed.
A few places cling to modern technology.
F..."


Well,as I slowly figure out what is going on let me say a less formal Hi to all.


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Stephen Pearl (stephenp11) | 10 comments A.F. wrote: "


Stephen B. Pearl

Stephen B. Pearl

Tinker's Plague

Oil reserves depleted. Society collapsed.
A few places cling to modern technology. Fo..."

B to B author interview.

Author Stephen B. Pearl speaks about his novel Tinker’s Plague

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