Archive for the Thriller Category

Heaven’s Door, a Novel

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…

A Most Trustworthy Man

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.

Thread

Thread weaves through the lives of many who are in this mystery thriller of corporate corruption, greed, infidelity, revenge, witchcraft, and more twists and turns. Kyle Stone is up for the challenge but never thought it would get this crazy!!!

Shadow Horse

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.

Miami ’90: 2Paths2 Murder

Miami 1990. Sun and fun. Surf and turf. In Miami ’90 the turf is greyhound racing. The surf runs down the Intracoastal Waterway and out to sea… south to Cuba. The backstory is a 1986 unsolved murder that took place at a Miami style holiday party, witnessed by judicial, police and other civic leaders. The backstory connects two mysterious cities, Miami and Havana.

Putin’s Useful Idiot

It’s Putin’s side of Moscow, but it’s 1984 when it was the Soviet Union, the USSR, the CCCP, before the Russian Federation, when the hammer and sickle on the red flag meant something sinister and threatening.

Polymath Private Investigator Dendi N.G

Dendi Nathanael Gondokusumo was a former BIN member. He resigned from his job to find a culprit who killed his ex-gf. BIN is Badan Intelijen Negara, it is an Indonesian CIA. His ex was a former police officer who was killed cruelly by an unidentified villain.

The Archer’s Diary

Since the 14th century, Robin Hood has proven to be one of the most enduring and versatile folk heroes. Medieval historians believed Robin lived during the 12th or 13th centuries, but despite decades of intense research by contemporary scholars, solid evidence has never been found.

The Woman In The Yellow Dress

Who can say no to a vulnerable woman who needs assistance? Certainly not Patrick Miles Atwater. But it may be the worst mistake he will ever make. Patrick, a private investigator, is a hero in Los Angeles. An ex-marine and ex–police officer

Poetic Justice

Fletcher Wellington has a real hatred for dog fighting. When she snaps at the injustices done compared to the slap on the hand usually received by the guilty, she devises her own vigilante-style poetic justice.