PUBLISHED BOOKS

Averaging two to four releases a year, Henry’s first publication came in September 2009 with the release of The Westward Journey of the Nebraskan Wind. Since then, several of his books have gone on to win awards.

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Island Pond
Island Pond Book CoverThe story begins in the small town of Island Pond Vermont. A sleepy little town free of the stresses of the modern-day world. However, an evil has presented itself in the form or unspeakable and hidden crimes against a cherished citizen. Charlotte Downs, a beautiful spirit, is forced to dwell within an evil family who shamelessly abuses her. An unfortunate accident frees her memory from 18 years of a horrible existence.

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From Seeds to Silence
From Seeds to Silence Book CoverJan and Barry Winston were wealthy socialites in New York, but the crowded city soon made Jan want to move out west to California. They loved their young son Ben, and wanted to expand their family. After years of trying, Jan finally became pregnant. However, they all were shocked to find out that she was carrying quintuplets. The five boys were born with great fanfare as news crews covered the event.

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Lemon Road

Two weeks before Halloween, Jason McNab and Dustin Karp planned a fright-filled trip with ten friends. Dustin, the owner of a multi-million-dollar entertainment empire, purchased a large million-dollar bus to travel to the best haunted houses on the east coast. The trip, fueled by their desire to experience scary events together, takes them to the famed Sleepy Hollow cemetery for a midnight walk through the creepy darkness. Paid actors jumped out at them dressed in ghoulish costumes. Though they knew it was a show, the frightful events gave them shivers of fear. As they proceed, strange things begin to occur. An eerie presence offered subliminal messages that none understood, directing them to an evil place.

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The Groundsmen of Sleepy Hollow
The Groundsmen of Sleepy Hollow Book CoverThis is a story of Paul Holtz and his horrific upbringing. The family lived next to the famed cemetery in the small New York town of Sleepy Hollow with his three older brothers and loving mother. His father, a fan of horror stories, peppered him with horrific tales of monsters that dwelled in the dark scary cemetery beside his home. Many a night young Paul gazed from his second story bedroom window to see the monsters, known as The Groundsmen, who his father assured were there and waiting in the darkness for unsuspecting and non-believing victims.

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The Red Dirt Paradox
The Red Dirt Paradox Book CoverTrent Pritchard grew up in a small town in Central West Virginia called Red Dirt. The town of less than three hundred people was on no map. His father, Ben, ran a sportsman store supporting the town’s pastime of camping and hunting in the undiscovered forests surrounding the town. Trent’s father grew up with a group of friends affectionately named The Lost River Boys. Trent enjoyed his life until something evil crept in causing his parents and many deaths in the town. He needed the Lost River Boys’ history to untangle his present and future.

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Eyes Beyond the Wall
Eyes Beyond the Wall Book CoverMeet the Calvert’s, a family both blessed and cursed since the 1600’s. Their first-born’s have always been males who excel at whatever business endeavor they take on—but die young, in strange circumstances, soon after they reach the pinnacle of business success. The females born to the Calvert’s cannot bear children and die young because of ill health. The latest couple in this long line of brilliant and tragic family members is Perry and Jessica Calvert. They, as generations of Calvert’s, attempted to break the evil curse.

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The Leaving Fields
The Leaving Fields Book CoverWhen his wife left him, Sam Martin decided that New York was too crowded and full of bad memories, so he decided to move out west. He bought a huge but inexpensive farm, near a small town called Gateway in Wyoming. Gateway was not on any map, so he knew that he would find the solitude that he desperately needed. Upon his arrival, he noted that the small town was stuck in the 1930’s, not to mention a few other quirks that mystified him.

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Falling Waters (Second Edition)
Falling Waters Second Edition Book CoverThis is the second edition of Falling Waters which presents a newly edited version with added storylines and dialog to broaden the story.

Preston Rhodes was a brilliant and gifted writer. He was a scriptwriter and destined for great things when he graduated from college. He married his high school sweetheart, Carly, who was a gifted actor. They decided to move to California to attempt to solidify their individual and collective talents. Preston did not need the trappings of the entertainment industry, but he could see that Carly was as star struck as any new open-minded starlet caught in Hollywood’s trap could be. At some time during their stay, Carly changed. She was no longer the sweet innocent with whom Preston had fallen in love.

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Falling Waters: Prisms
Falling Waters - Prisms Book CoverThis is the continuing story of Falling Waters. Newly departed Preston Rhodes rules over Falling Waters, the benevolent town made up of recently and long deceased actors from the golden age of movie-making. Once the thespians make contact with Preston, one of their senses were returned to them. The sense of touch returned to them and they rejoiced because they were able to feel again and they all thought that it would be their first step back to life. The famous actors and actresses can change their ages instantly to perform movies that made them famous on the stage in an amphitheater in the center of town. Some actors stay in Falling Waters and perform regular jobs to make them feel more alive. Other spirits return to wherever they find utopia exists.

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An Isle for the Ages
An Isle for the Ages Book CoverThis is the story of Thomas Archer, a former member of an unknown secret group of ten anonymous soldiers known only as Numbers 1 through 10, or the “Elite 10”. They did not know their fellow members’ real identities. Each was contracted for ten deadly missions.

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A War for the Reckoning
A War for the Reckoning Book CoverOne high level Government operative was the only person who knew how to contact the elite group who held more power than the President and other world leaders. Thomas retired and lived in the suburbs of California with his wife and child. However, once his family is killed, he used his past skills to determine who killed them.

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In the Manor of Heather Black
The story begins in pre-civil war Virginia. Heather and Cyrus Black purchased a massive estate consisting of over fifty bedrooms; twenty-five on the east wing and twenty-five on the west. Cyrus, a member of London royalty, was a humble man who ran away from the monarchy and wanted the smaller life of a farmer. He met and married his beautiful, but troubled, wife and moved into the manor.

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Witchwoods
Witchwoods Book CoverWitches, most maligned as evil emissaries of the devil himself, have mystified us for centuries. The devil placed women, perceived to have sold their souls, into communities to wreak havoc on society. The Puritan leaders, during the birth of the country, believed this when they systematically tried to rid the world of witches during the Salem witch trials in 1692. To the religious zealots of the time, the trials rectified the perceived departure of the accused from the group’s strict puritanical beliefs and rid their community of the impurities that the so-called witches represented. One of those convicted witches escaped the tyranny of the times and cast her revenge deep within the woods of Tennessee.

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A Father First
A Father First Booko CoverThis is the story of a dedicated father. Thomas Stevens grew up as a farmer’s son in rural Nebraska. He, his three brothers, and three sisters helped their parents around the farm as much as they could. He loved the business aspect of farming more than the sweat and hard work, and told of his desires at an early age to the displeasure of his father. An understanding and loving man, Thomas father would not insist that his children remain on the farm and assisted young Thomas in his pursuits.

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The Books of James C. Patch: Utopia
The Books of James C. Patch - Utopia Book CoverUtopia presents the third and final segment of the James C. Patch saga. Jacob’s memories of his past battles and his reality have been stripped. He is presented with a spirit wife and family but only Harry, his elderly best friend, knows that they are not his real family and he struggles to convince Jacob that he has another life.

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Montana's Own
Montana's Own Book CoverAbraham Markem was awarded the Medal of Honor for valor in the Korean War and happily returned to his native Montana amid the small town’s celebration of the returning of their honored war hero. They built a house for him and he married soon after and had twin sons. Life was perfect for the Markems until his sons enlisted and died in the Vietnam war, and his wife was tragically attacked.

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The Abel Conspiracy
The Abel Conspiracy Book CoverThe year was 2020, and Dan and Maria were just about to put a permanent stamp on their relationship. They had been together since elementary school and, because of Maria’s college aspirations, they knew that they had to get married because neither could bear to be apart from the other. In the town where young Dan and Maria were raised, everyone knew many years prior that the two were fated for each other. Absent was any notion as to what the union of the couple they had watched grow up together would mean to the United States or to the world.

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Legacy of the Unsung
Legacy of the Unsung Book CoverJoseph Patrick is a boy who is disliked for a very good reason. Although a genius, he chooses to be the way he is—a classic bully who steals and cheats his way through school and is destined to do the same into adulthood. Growing up, he continues to lie, cheat, and steal his way into a CEO position, making him a very rich man.

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The Books of James C. Patch: Returning
The Books of James C. Patch - Returning Book CoverThis is the continuing story of James C. Patch and Jacob Masterson.  James C. Patch was an author living in the early 1900s when tragedy struck his family when he decided to write down what he found out about death and the afterlife. James was a split-spirit—a spirit that could split from his body prior to death and was able to cross through the barrier and see through his spirit what was on the other side.  It is said that James and his family each died under mysterious circumstances. Jacob Masterson is an author of the present century and is working on a new book when he is sent to a cottage in Vermont that was owned by James C. Patch.

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The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier
The Books of James C. Patch - The Barrier Book CoverAuthor Gary D. Henry takes you into a world of the bizarre and strange. Questions on life, death, and life after death play around the engaging pages of The Books of James C. Patch: The Barrier.

For centuries, testimonies of people who claim to have seen their bodies as out-of-body spirits have intrigued and raised debatable arguments. While some believe this possibility exists, others doubt it does. However, one man would actually prove it—James C. Patch. An author living in 1905, he was able to unlock the secret of this mystery for he could release his spirit at will and could go to places many would think impossible. This gift led him to helping those spirits who cannot pass through the barrier. The barrier was situated between the spirits and their eternal paradise. Those spirits who had rich, good memories of life could easily penetrate through, while those who lived a despicable life or those with no good memory would need a savior to help them trough. James was this kind of person; he was a split-spirit.

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Opulence Among Us
Opulence Among Us Book CoverThis is a story about an amazing group of friends that set out to change the world one person at a time. They were all extremely wealthy through hard work or inheritance. They all figure that they can only drive one car at a time and live in one house at a time and everything else is really not needed. The ten friends set out to change thousands of people’s lives in this country. They would pick a downtrodden neighborhood and breathe life into it by paving the streets, fixing all existing homes, giving the people good paying jobs and paying off all their outstanding debt. These poor people who could barely feed their kids would now have a place they were proud to call home.

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A Life Measured by the Minute
A Life Lived by the Minute Book CoverA minute is measured, by many, as a trivial moment of time. For some, a minute is a lifetime, for others, a mere hindrance to greater things. It lives and it dies along with an individual through various adventures, and its importance is weighed with one’s choices in life. Author Gary D. Henry stirs readers’ emotions with a true story of determination, love, compassion, and respect, A Life Measured by the Minute.

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The Castle Dark of Upstate
The Castle Dark of Upstate Book CoverMeet the Brocks, a family both blessed and cursed since the 1600s. Their first-borns have always been males who excel at whatever business or endeavor they take—but die, in strange circumstances, just soon after they reach the pinnacle of their success. The females cannot bear children and would die young because of ill health. The latest couple in this long line of brilliant and tragic family tree is Jack and Jessica Brock. They, too, would try to break the curse.

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The Westward Journey of the Nebraskan Wind
The Westward Journey of the Nebraskan Wind Book CoverThe Westward Journey of the Nebraskan Wind introduces readers to Jack Timmons, a man who was born to a family of farmers and whose farming lineage dates back to the first settlers of Nebraska. Embracing his father’s discipline and teachings on the importance of hard work and farm life, Jack grew up to be a strong man with a heart as big as Nebraska, dedicated to his work even until he married. But his father’s death affected him so much that he lost himself – a reason why his marriage didn’t last long. Later, a childhood dream of going to Hollywood to see the woman who inspires him through television, made him temporarily leave the acres of farmland he cultivated for many years.

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