Ryan is a quiet and unremarkable sort of man. The kind of neighbor you would want. He keeps to himself, pays his bills on time and disposes of his victims without waking the neighborhood. A somewhat sociopathic, occasionally psychotic and often charming man, Ryan has enjoyed life as a serial killer in the north of England for a number of years. He is more than content with his life and understandably put out when the Zombie Apocalypse begins. Faced with the choice of dying alone or making friends to survive, Ryan embarks on a journey of discovery as he finds himself with a whole new world of potential victims, all trying to eat him.
So you think you know Wendy Darling, the innocent little girl abducted by Peter Pan in the Neverland series? Think again. This is the year 2232 where the bleak Republic of America is governed by President Patton Edison, due to his birthright rather than any fair election, and Wendy is immortal, thanks to Peter's magically imbued elixir. Reluctantly partnered with a Mr. Grey, a Hemomage, they investigate a zombie outbreak in Westington. The outbreak coincides with a shaker that almost leveled the city.
New York. Gregory Bakersfield, CEO of the Bakersfield Media Group dines alone after his vicious rant against his competitors, Glencoe Capital aired on the New York Nightly News. He confides in an ally, only to wind up dead. A planned sale of the Bakersfield Media Group had stalled at the last moment, leading to Gregory’s murder. Secrets and lies emerge after his murder which sheds light on subterfuge at Dewey Maitland and Patrick, the Law Firm who handled the sale of the Bakersfield Media Group.
We all remember where we were that day. Just like the day Kennedy was shot or the day Pearl Harbor was attacked, we found that we were shocked together, we were angry together, we were sad together and we mourned together. Just like those days, September 11th, 2001 became a part of our National Memory. In his book, Einstein's Shutter, author Vincent Yanez wrote about those days and weeks following that day in September, but he never told the story of what he saw that day.
This is the first book in the Series: The Brothers and Beck Steel. Bruno Youngblood, a native American wilderness guide and survival expert, is haunted by a faceless apparition of a lovely woman for two years before he finds her, bitter and living in a cloud of pain pills. Bruno knows his fate is the long-legged wounded woman - he only needs to find a way to make her feel the same. He keeps her in his mountains to heal her spirit and hopes the muscles in her arm follow suit.
Martin at the age of thirteen is faced with a dilemma. To either let Marissa out of his grasp or face the war between the god Oblixi and the goddess Hatrix. Knowing if he fights this war he challenges the fact that his romantic interest will find someone else to marry. Would he do it anyway? When all seems to fail and all seems to succeed in the name of a daughter will he be able to bring her back to life? Or does he risk his life in doing so?
A book of eleven short stories with a twist at the end. It is a compilation of my trilogy of books but all in one book. 1. Tri-Twists 2. 4 more 3. Final twists. These books are still available individually. Ideal for a quick fix of reading with a cup of coffee.
Bible stories have captured imaginations for centuries--Daniel in the lion's den; Jonah and the whale; and the heroine of "The Scarlet Cord", Rahab the Harlot. When the famous walls of Jericho came tumbling down, Rahab and her family were the only survivors. Why? Because Rahab assisted the Hebrew spies in exchange for their promise of amnesty. Afterward, this woman with a past married well and became the ancestor of impressive monarchs including King David, Solomon the Wise, and the King of Kings Jesus Christ.
How does a woman, who had everything, find her way in this world when all the meaning has been removed? Mara Dalton has a life that most women only dream of. She has an amazing husband, a new baby boy and owns her own company. When her husband and son are killed tragically just days before Christmas, Mara stops living as well. For years she tries to live but finds herself only existing. She attempts to avoid reliving another year of horrible memories at Christmas by leaving her home; which has become her tomb.
When Stuart Anderson flew into his native New York, there were few signs that his dazzling career was about to crash land, or that he was about to be murdered. The lead guitarist and singer in The Black Bartinos was returning to New York;, the city where he was born, for a concert tour to mark the twentieth anniversary of the band's birth. For Anderson, at 37, this trip had a special purpose. He was preparing for the next stage of his career as a solo singer. As he approached 40, everything looked rosy. Or so he told his friends.