Aram Schefrin

Aram Schefrin is a writer who has made his stories available as free audiobooks. Several of his stories are based on historical events.

A historical fiction novel about John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln, as told by his brother Edwin. The story is soaked in the ambiance of life in the American theater in the mid-nineteenth century, and lays out in detail the path Wilkes took to the top of the celebrity heap and the development of the plot to assassinate the President.

The common wisdom is that the men who have attacked American Presidents - Czolgosz, Guiteau, Fromme, Hinckley, Moore, Oswald, Zangara - were disgruntled, disturbed loners. That wisdom includes John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln, called a failed actor and a madman.

But the truth is that Wilkes was the matinee idol of his time; and the attack on Lincoln was not the act of a maniac, but a part of a plan developed at the highest levels of the Confederacy.

General George Custer's story from after the Civil War through the date of his massacre, in the voice of Captain Frederick Benteen, a soldier who hated him.

On June 25th, 1876, General George Custer died at the Little Big Horn.

Why did Custer rush into battle against the largest agglomeration of Indians ever seen in the West, without waiting for support from other cavalry contingents which were on their way to the scene?

To answer that, you need to know what happened on June 27th.

A fictional autobiography of a 9/11 terrorist.

How did an Egyptian city planner, a Yemeni religious fanatic, a boy from the United Arab Emirates who worshipped sex, not Allah, and a young student of aircraft design who went to a Christian school in Lebanon- four very different men with very different ideas- get involved in flying the 9/11 planes? How did the plot develop, and who developed it?

A religious thriller that tells the story of a man who has found the plan to speed up the End of Days and the Second Coming of Christ, which could lead to a world-wide Holy War.

When Teddy Kagan finds a pure red heifer (heifer: a young, virgin cow) on the Florida ranch of a TV evangelist, he knows - because he knows Scripture and biblical prophesy - that he has discovered the first step in a plot to speed up the bloody End of Days and the Second Coming of Christ - a plot which could lead to a nuclear Holy War.

And it's Teddy's job to stop it from happening.

Fantasy? Not exactly. The plot is actually under way.