Cat burglar Shawnee Daniels always believed her "fearlessness rules" mantra would keep her on top and out of jail. When she hacks a confiscated hard drive at the Revere P.D., she focuses on a white-collar criminal accused of embezzlement. To teach him a lesson and recoup the funds she breaks into his massive contemporary in Bear Clave Estates. Jack has even more secrets, deadly secrets.
Sable Mosley is what the government calls Diseased—she starts fires with her mind—and their assassins hunt her relentlessly. When Sable and her friends, who also have supernatural abilities, find themselves shipwrecked, it seems like all there is left to do is to wait for the Diseased Affairs and Operations to find and kill them. Then a ghost from the past comes to their aid. But for how long?
In his 6th book in the True Crime Series, John Summit thoroughly examines the origins of DNA and how advancements in DNA analysis around the world have propelled law enforcement and crime scene investigation into a new era.
If you've never read any of Mr. Summit's work in the prior volumes of his True Crime Series, this book is a great place to start and is a real brain tweak.
“Bone Island Maggie is as classic a Key West character as you are likely to meet either in a book or strolling Duval Street. Her smile may be toothless, but her bite certainly isn’t as she doggedly tracks down the brutal killer of an old friend. It’s a zany romp that puts Maggie and her faithful ex-Marine chauffeur on a trail that runs from Alabama Jacks on Card Sound Road to Havana...V.C.Weeks
An alley, a killing, an assault, a T-bone from a steak, and little or no evidence. Once was bad enough, but twice? Former Detective Stacey Britten, NYPD on leave of absence, did not believe in coincidence.
When Ruie Ann Park—a pillar of the Van Buren, Arkansas, community—was found beaten to death and lying in a pool of blood in her home, the police and local residents assumed the son was the murderer. But the years would uncover a more sinister story. Up till that night, the Park family seemed to have it all. For fifty years they owned and published The Press Argus newspaper.
This is the disturbing account of 31-year-old Joanna Dennehy, mother of two, the man under her spell, Gary Stretch, 47, and the murder investigation that led them and others to the Old Bailey for trial.
An assassination attempt is made on the Burghermeister of Werpenstad, leaving the city stunned and in shock. As the atrocities continue it is up to Vice-mayor Karl Kreigel to take the reins of the Stad, but can the rumours of inhuman monsters stalking the sewers be believed, or are they simply the fears of a frightened populace and the ravings of a madman? A fantasy novella.