Below is a selection of the series I’ve created since I started writing in March 2016.
Over 104 reviews on Amazon. 4/5 rating!
“this one is unique in my 60+ years of reading every genre.” – Amazon reviewer.
“Well, post – apocalyptic has a new master and his name is Phil Maxey. Undead? That is girl scout cookies compared to this.” – Amazon reviewer.
When a small group of ex-military prisoners emerge from a maximum security prison, the world had already ended. But can they survive what comes next?
In a remote part of the New Mexico desert, all the cell doors in a high security military prison open. Zach, Abbey and other prisoners at first believe they are being tested, but soon realize the world around them has changed and the human race is fighting to survive.
“Absolutely fantastic book! I’m waiting with baited breath for the next installment. If you like vampires, prepper/apocalyptic scenarios, spec ops, war dogs, internal struggle of good against evil, and intrigue, this is the book for you (and series).” – Amazon reviewer.
As the scourge virus hits LA, Joel Garrett, a member of an FBI elite tactical team, is celebrating his wedding anniversary.
ORDER OF THE RING SERIES
“Enjoy this complex story by Phil Maxey that is absorbing and full of action” – Amazon reviewer.
As the storm of the century bared down on the United Kingdom, all Katrina Ambrose wanted to do was get a few hacking gigs, pay the bills and keep her mother happy, but as she neared her twenty-first birthday a fateful visit to her grandfather would set in motion a series of events that would change her life forever.
Follow Arnold Ambrose, wizard and member of the Order of the Ring as he tries to uncover the mystery in the Scottish highlands.
What if the worst of humanity were its only hope?
Tantalus is earth’s latest prison ship. Full of Murderers, drug pushers, people traffickers and that’s just general population. Luke Carter gets sent there for the death of three of his crew. A stain he can’t remove, no matter how much time he does. But then he didn’t bank on what happened next.