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  • Writer's pictureCharles Harned

Publication Day!

Today's the day.

I have to take a moment and thank everyone for their amazing support and for pre-ordering A Day in Fall. It really has been incredible and I had no idea people would be so receptive to a book I wrote. Thank you.

Some quick information. Signed copies of A Day in Fall are still available directly from my website, and will be for the foreseeable future. Hard copies and the eBook version are also available from a variety of distributors (links below):

A Day in Fall is the first installment in the four-part Echelon series. Echelon is a (fictional) team within the Department of Homeland Security that tracks and analyzes extremist threats within the United States' borders. Michael Larson is a rising star on the team, and the only one who spots a link between riots in central Virginia and a renowned scientist's abduction. His mission to figure out what happened to the scientist unearths a far-reaching plot that goes all the way to the top of the federal government.

The Echelon series is all about globalization; how it can be done, how it should be done, and if it should be done in the face of existential threats humanity may face in the coming years. It's also about the forces that oppose a global community and the ensuing conflict between these two ideologies. It blurs the lines between good and bad and asks tough questions that we're struggling mightily to answer in real life. But above all it's meant to be fun and exciting with plenty of plotting, nefarious characters, and twists along the way.

Get your copy of A Day in Fall today and come along for the ride!

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May 11, 2022

This is the best book I've read in 2022. The author kept me guessing, the characters were well developed, and there was a satisfying ending that still found a way to make me unsure, or unsettled. Like I kept thinking about the ending after I finished reading and wonder how the sequel will be set up. It was a little spooky at times, action-packed at others, and the dialogue is witty and smooth. Really impressed.


Apr 29, 2022

I stumbled across this book a little over a week ago and ordered a copy from the author's website. Wanted to come on here and leave a quick review because I thoroughly enjoyed it. I'm really into politics, and although it doesn't overtly deal with politicians or government, there's a political undertone throughout that made it so much fun to read given America's current climate.

The protagonist is like a toned down James Bond who teams up with an Indian genius type to weed out some bad actors that are purposefully sowing discord with America. I don't want to give too much away, but things don't go as planned and the ending gets crazy really quick. It sets things up…


Apr 29, 2022

I'm a psych thriller junkie, but A Day in Fall was a welcome addition to my reading list. The characters were really well written and the plot kept me guessing the whole time. It was definitely political, but in a good way, and had plenty of action.

Michael Larson is the main character working for a government agency called Echelon, and he thinks there's a link between the government and deranged extremists after a scientist gets kidnapped. The hunt to find the truth takes him all around the country, and the world, until he makes a connection with the "alternative right" and someone linked to the president. It only gets crazier from there. Go find out for yourself!

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