As a child, Guy Ogan heard his mother’s complaints, “He is over there with that woman” and “They’ve had a child together!” Not knowing who his mother meant and unable to draw out answers, he “forgot about it, as only a child can.” It wasn’t until 50 years later, after caring for his mother during the final years of her life, that he discovered an old photograph of his father in front of a very old building. On the back of the photograph was “Prague, Czechoslovakia” in his father’s distinctively bold script and underneath it in a very feminine scroll was, “I’ll always be waiting here” (SNAP)!
Guy Ogan retired from the United States Air Force and also from his work as a psychologist with the State of Texas to care for his mother during her terminal Alzheimer’s, after his father passed away. Finding the picture and remembering what his late mother had said those many, many, years before set Ogan’s creative juices ablaze and caused him to explore his feelings of love, life’s lessons, as well as his background in military weaponry and tactics applied to an action filled story of combat between evil vampires and a group of vampires who sought to protect humans. The evil vampires efforts to steal nuclear weapons from a British Storage Facility would take a symbiotic effort between the British Army, Royal Marines and a pair of Czech Liaison Officers to thwart. Another effort by the vampire gang to obtain weapons of mass destruction in the form of a supercharged plague virus they wanted to steal from Russia, likewise required the good vampires to help the humans before it was too late. Mr. Ogan’s extreme respect for the British people and their determination in the face of the NAZI terror of WW-II is clearly chronicled in his book. “Immortal Relations” is an Adult Fiction with “explicit togetherness”, as he calls it – no “sparkling vampires” in his story, but those solidly on the side of good fighting all who espouse evil. The second in the series is now in work.