In Prohibition Boston the Wiros Dens are in perpetual battle with the humans and each other. Alpha Colin MacReady of the Laughing Leprechaun den is vying for this own slice of Boston’s underworld. The den will be challenged by many, and pay a high price just to survive. But one mysterious enemy threatens them above all others.
Archive for the Suspense Category
Are sea monsters real? Since mankind first dared to set sail across the bottomless sea, stories have abounded of mammoth marine beasts. From whale-sized sharks capable of swallowing men whole, to octopuses and squid capable of dragging sailing ships to the bottom, they are the stuff of legend.
Nash Peterson is back from a mandatory leave and has regained his status as a detective. But, when he arrives at a crime scene to find his name written in blood, he wonders if he came back too soon.
Crime fiction that will keep you cowering under the bed-covers the whole night through…. Don’t forget your flashlight! It’s a modern and unique take on Hard-Boiled and Noir that’s edgy, occasionally grisly, and taboo-busting…
Professor Michael John Campbell arrived home from the university. As he entered the family home everything looked as it always did, except his wife and daughters were gone. Ten years later Detective Inspector Emma Sinclair is asked to review the case and find out what really happened.
The gates of Hell have opened. The war against all things evil has begun. Gadin, Sonya, Eion, Anna, and the other Spiritual Warriors around the globe have been called to battle.
A darkly comic, psychological thriller that will keep you gripped until the last page. The world is becoming a much darker place. Or so it seems to Aileen Byrne, a troubled Head Teacher, struggling with her mental health and losing her grip as her professional life is dissolving into chaos.
Kari Roche’s journey home seemed to end in a “happily ever after” in SHADOW HORSE. Discover the rest of her story in this compelling sequel.
When Kari Roche’s divorce is final, she packs up her kids and returns to her hometown in Wisconsin. Just because her marriage is over, her problems are not. Her abusive ex and his mother refuse to accept her decsion to move back to Wisconsin.
When Victoria Seymour was elected Prime Minister, she had one simple agenda: end obesity to prepare the UK workforce for careers outside the European protectorate. Convinced she is at the pinnacle of her career, Victoria moves towards her noble goal with confidence, hell-bent on ending obesity in Britain.