Novels by Ted Lampron
In a small underground laboratory, a desperate scientist tries to contact other worlds and finds an inner portal to another dimension. The year is 1906, and Nikola has invented a device beyond the scope of imagination. But his work comes at a considerable cost and sets him on the path to confrontation with an enemy outside our realm.
Locked away in a secret laboratory beneath his Wardenclyffe estate, the famous inventor stays hidden from public view as he relentlessly works on a secret project that fills the void between science and magic.
In his quest to reach beyond the realm of reality, something scientifically impossible happens, which could threaten the world as we know it. In desperation, Nikola decides to abandon his Wardenclyffe property and never return, keeping his discovery secret until his last days on earth.
Bonnie and her two friends, Henry, and Freddie, discover a mysterious laboratory built over a hundred years ago beneath the abandoned estate of a world-renowned scientist. In the secret laboratory, they find a chamber equipped with a device called ARM (Alternate Reality Machine). There is also a journal left by the now-deceased scientist explaining why the machine was devised and how to operate it.
After reading the journal, the three youths decide to test the machine, and without realizing the consequences, they activate the ARM while sitting in the enclosed chamber.
Bonnie and her friends are thrust into a dimensional vortex that catapults the three teens into another reality, a world, unlike anything they have ever seen. The three unsuspecting youths are trapped in a place called the Realm, where creatures born of myths and legends all exist in an eternal land of magic.
Emma Gilder, a recent graduate of Wellesley College, is determined to succeed in a man's world as an investigative journalist. However, is Emma tough enough to make it in the competitive and often demanding world of newspaper publishing?
The young Wellesley graduate is hired as a writer for the influential New York World newspaper, owned by Joseph J. Pulitzer, and unexpectedly thrust into the middle of mayhem and murder when an unsuspecting woman is the victim of a homicidal killer.
Crime, prostitution, and poverty linger on every corner of lower Manhattan, and a psychotic killer is on a rampage luring unsuspecting victims into the dark alleys of Bleecker Street where the killer leaves a distinctive signature mark carved into the victim's bodies.
Emma investigates the murders of the Bleecker Street killer, whom the city is now calling the New York Ripper.