Rickard B DeMille is a member of ITW, the International Thriller Writers Association. He is also a Co-Organizer of the Frisco Writers Group, and a member of the North Dallas Screenwriters.

After serving in the Marines Corps as a commissioned officer, author Rick DeMille started a career in information systems and currently manages the technology department for a small energy company in the Dallas area.

His interest in writing was revived when he wrote a Y2K, guide which was distributed over the Internet by an outdoor supply company. He next began writing short stories, several of which were published online by websites such as BeWrite.com. His short stories won various contests, including those sponsored by 'Darklines,' 'Eros and Rust,' and Magellan Books from Australia who also included one of his short stories in the ADUMBRA anthology.

He self-published OF SINNERS AND LIBERALS, a humorous look at how liberalism would have changed history. He has also published his Masters' Thesis, BIBLE STUDY: DEFENDING DANIEL. A reexamination of historical, linguistic, and anthropological facts relating to the Book of Daniel from the Bible.

Rickard B DeMille

Obamas - Writing as Justice B. Free


In 385 BC Socrates debated a famous Athenian orator named Gorgias. Socrates denounced the belief that convincing people to follow you is not the same as leadership. The current Presidential Election is the perfect example of that.

Today, the original Socratic Dialogue titled GORGIAS has been "reinterpreted" and "re-translated" into this short work - OBAMAS. It's been over two thousand years, but appearing good is still not the same as being good.

Read why Socrates officially endorses Mitt Romney for President.

Of Sinners and Liberals


How would Christ have been received in a liberal world? How would todays rules and regulations changed reactions to his life? This is a humerous look at how liberalism would have dealt with Christ and His teachings. It is presented to us through the eyes of Joe C. Fuss, a reporter in Jerusalem. We also find comments from national radio celebrities Rush Limbaugh and Mark Davis. This is truly a unique look at liberalism and its results.

Bible Study, Defending Daniel


Why do Bible skeptics hate the Book of Daniel so much? It’s not just the prophecy, it’s that the prophecies were fulfilled so fully and precisely. To them, prophecy isn’t real

Originally written as a Masters Thesis, DEFENDING DANIEL goes straight to the controversy. In a concise, academic style, the author explains why scholars and experts claim that Daniel did not write this book, that the prophecies are actually history and that Daniel was written in the second century B.C.

DEFENDING DANIEL takes the major criticisms of Daniel, and defends the traditional Biblical interpretation.

Hellfire (A Travis Deacon Novel)


US Marine Travis Deacon takes his rugby, friends and drinking very seriously. When his best friend Gareth, an SAS Major, is killed in car accident, Travis becomes suspicious. He investigates, and discovers that Gareth was murdered. But he’s not the only one after the killers. Gareth’s sister, Detective Sgt. Dee Jones knows there’s something shady about her brother’s death, and a car accident is the least of it.


As she and Travis hunt Gareth’s killer, they discover that Gareth was murdered because he’d unearthed something big, lethal and global—and the terrorists behind it. They would also soon learn that the terrorists and the betrayals started a lot closer to home than they could ever have imagined. HELLFIRE is an action-packed thriller filled with espionage, murder and a budding romance—all against the lush, lovely countryside of Wales.

Books

Tweet Revenge


Not all criminals are brought to justice.
Sometimes Justice must be brought to them. 

The first victim preyed on young girls. Justice visited and he fell prey to African Painted Dogs in a Texas Wildlife Park.

The last victim killed her baby with heroin. Justice administered that same fate to her.

The other victims suffered equally fitting and brutal deaths. For rookie FBI Agent Dawn Johnson, her first case finds her in a "hate triangle" between a boss that wants her gone, a bigoted Texas Sheriff that doesn't want her at all, and a serial killer that taunts police, 140 characters at a time.

Rickard B DeMille, author of the International Amazon Best Seller HELLFIRE, brings a new hero named Dawn Johnson, and a new villain called Justice. They engage in a brutal ballet of vengeance and death until . . .

Dawn joined the FBI for the wrong reasons, and her boss wants her transferred out. Rural county Sheriff Bubba Scates doesn't want anyone messin' with his investigation, especially a female, African-American, over-educated, caustic, independent FBI Agent. Dawn wants to get back to her private agenda, but no one gets what they want. Except Justice, who continues to execute people he feels have escaped justice from the courts. Justice gets his retribution, and uses social media to publicize his vengeance and taunt police.

However, once Justice has claimed his final victim, things really get interesting. Nothing is as it seems, and no one is certain to survive, as the manhunt concludes and the truth is finally revealed.