William Proctor. The Last Star
          Thomas Nelson , September 2000. A sci-fi/spiritual thriller.

          • Publishers Weekly said: "This novel is a captivating page-turner filled with unexpected plot twists. But there's more here than just plot. at the author offers a rarity in Christian fiction: well developed characters with credible motivations. And his Jerusalem is a bustling, complex city, not a stereotype. Proctor... showspromise of becoming the Christian Tom Clancy.
PW, September 4, 2000

          • Featured in Publisher's Weekly cover story, "Science Fiction Finds Religion"
            PW, April 16, 2001



William Proctor and Rep. David J. Weldon, M.D. Moongate
          Thomas Nelson, April 2002. A sci-fi political techno-thriller

          • Reached several Amazon.com best selling categories (No. 4 for General Political Fiction)
          • Reached No. 2 position one month after publication on the leading East Central Florida Local Best Seller List.
          • Major Author's Profile in Florida Today: feature on FoxNews.com; feature in The Hill (Capitol Newspaper, Washington, D.C.); and interviews on numerous national and local radio and TV programs.


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