Gary Starta

Gary Starta

Gary Starta began writing fiction in 2004 when he decided to take his love for science fiction one level higher.

His fascination with androids inspired by the book, What Are You Made Of? Recently, we see science fiction becoming science fact with the creation of the bot in the image of actress Scarlett Johannson. Since then, Starta has published more than a dozen novels mixing genres sci fi, fantasy, mystery and romance.

In 2015, his book Kindred Killers became a bestseller on Amazon Kindle. His latest series is about the paranormal and is entitled the Camden Investigations. Look for more new releases this year.


Coalescence (Camden Investigations Book 1)

Genre: Science Fiction

Iris Camden is a ghosthunter who doesn’t believe in aliens. Mitchell is a UFO chaser and thinks there is a conspiracy keeping a truth disclosed. When an alien artifact is discovered, Iris must consider aliens may be real and that her father, a secretive government worker, just may prove her new boyfriend, Mitchell, right about conspiracies.

5 Star Pararnormal read. Begin the Camden Investigations now.

Blood Web

Blood Web: Caitlin Diggs Series #1

Genre: Horror

FBI Special Agent Caitlin Diggs faces a paranormal killer when a crystal takes over a teen and leads her on a chase across the country. Empowering the teen with supernatural abilities, the crystal exacts revenge on descendants of soldiers responsible for the Sand Creek Massacre but it also has a taste for neurotransmitter serotonin which it needs from humans to continue its consciousness.

Agent Diggs is the only FBI agent in the bureau to consider extreme possibilities and surmises the teen has a means to track his victims via DNA.

A heart pounding cat and mouse game ensues as Diggs attempts to fool the teen she is his next victim but as she plays with fire, a former military man begins to see the crystal as the perfect ingredient for a mind control weapon. Because the crystal possesses sentience it can counter Diggs’ plan for its demise and possibly exert mind control over her as well.

Can Diggs stop this biological internet from taking more victims, becoming a tool for mass mind control and resist the lure of its blood web?


Kindred Killers

Genre: Mystery

Homicide Detective Stanford Carter uses Zen meditation to deal with the gruesome crimes of humanity. But his composure is severely tested when an unfaithful husband and stripper are not only murdered but showcased for their immoral lives. To test his mettle further, department policy is jeopardizing his romance with his CSI colleague Jill Seacrest.

Marrying colleagues is prohibited and Carter must either end his romance or have Jill put in for transfer. The private detective hired by the family of the victims becomes the only suspect. Carter theorizes someone with knowledge in law enforcement is responsible for leaving clean but disturbing crime scenes. Further investigation leads him to believe a pair of killers might be working as serials.

As Jill goes undercover to investigate the PI’s social life, Carter fears he might not only fail to stop the vigilante killings but lose the love of his life.

Kindred Killers
Dead Market

Dead Market

Genre: Science Fiction

Reanimated after being bitten, vice cop Derek Burnham and a mysterious woman named Lorelei now possess supernatural abilities and a hunger for human flesh in Dead Market. It seems their reawakening has rewired their DNA. They are neither zombie nor vampire – but something created via genetic rewiring.

When the pair discovers the true purpose behind their affliction – a corporation’s greed to expand its market share into the living dead – they must fight not only their sick compulsions but a multi-billion dollar company hell bent on hooking victims onto a new cutting edge pharmaceutical.

Excerpt: They rode in welcomed silence as they traversed the Cross Town Expressway, the shortest route to the city morgue. Ghost stories of Ybor City haunted Morris, despite his claims that all science fiction, especially the novels Duncan liked, was bullshit. Thoughts of El Chupacabra, a creature which sucks blood, pervaded Duncan’s mindset, contrary to the fact that the creature supposedly hailed from Puerto Rico and preferred goats to humans.

The pounding from the back of the van broke the silence. Morris witnessed the fist clubbing upon the Plexiglas partition.
It happened as Duncan negotiated a hairpin curve, the winding roadway which would serve as an exit off of the Cross Town Expressway. For the EMT’s, the roadway would serve as a final exit.

As the van began to tip, Morris’s last words to a police dispatcher were: “It’s trying to come through the window…”
Whatever Morris was referring to, didn’t make it to the driver’s area. The van had been all too willing to let gravity pull it sideways, to its extreme right, then launch it over a guardrail where it careened down a grassy slope. About thirty seconds later, a passing motorist witnessed flames.

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