Nothing is as it seems in Cedar Point, Indiana. Three gang members appear to have died of natural causes. Then the medical examiner completes the autopsies and discovers the victims are missing their brains. When something strange rears its ugly head, the police turn to Chase Dagger.
Something strange is taking place at the Sebold mansion. When ghost hunters decide to spend a night, one person is missing in the morning. There have been other disappearances and homicides in the past, and the one common denominator has been the weather. Dagger and his entourage spend a night at the mansion to seek answers. But another storm is building on the horizon. Fifth in the series.
A woman is murdered five years after her alleged death. The first in the Chase Dagger Series which combines mystery with fantasy. (Every detective should have a shapeshifter for a partner.) "The attendant breezy sex, violence, and action, coupled with bits of Indian lore and Einstein the talking macaw, should have readers clamoring for the projected next novel." -- Library Journal.
Chase Dagger is pulled into several cases that are linked by the most bizarre common denominator: Not one surveillance camera reveals the assailant. One of the victims was a scientist which garners the attention of the FBI, CIA, and DOD. Exactly what was the scientist working and what connection does he have to the other cases? A mystery laced with urban fantasy and sci-fi.
A series of gruesome murders leads a cop and a professor to the doorstep of Chase Dagger, a P.I. whose cases tend to resemble X-Files. But when the two men try to convince him that the killer has been around for 200 years, Dagger has his doubts. Could this evil really have been passed on through generations? Or is it just your normal, everyday serial killer? A great blend of mystery and horror.
What if everything you knew about your past was wrong? What if who you thought you were was all a lie? The answers lie in a series of numbers which lead Dagger to a remote city...one mile below the surface, technologically advanced yet abandoned. Or is it? This is the fourth book in the Chase Dagger Series which combines mystery with urban fantasy.