Don't Run. Don't Hide. Just Die...The Death Trap trilogy starts with Death Trap, a twisted European thriller with a dash of crime. Wren Ives' holiday is over. She's in a packed train 400 feet below sea level with no end in sight. A cloaked figure lurks outside, the third rail is live, and air is running low. Someone wants them dead, but why?
The Blackguards are a misfit band of Southern heroes with extraordinary abilities. But these ain’t your high-browed superheroes. They drink too much, tote guns, drive muscle cars and beat-up trucks. None of them can claim a squeaky clean past. Some ain’t even exactly human. But they’ll stand against the denizens of the underworld and the corrupt men that seek to harness its dark powers.
REPS, that's what we call them. They are humans, although I think were humans is a better way to put it. Unlike the rest of us, the Reps are infected with a virus. We don't know what it is or where it came from
The forces of evil—led by the Dark Lady, Olga Coyle; Rainford’s estranged wife Litivia and brother Victor; the New York organized crime underground; and the rapper werewolf Busta Nutz—converge for an epic showdown at the dark Lords in Manhattan.
A madman’s disturbing question, a string of savage murders, the legacy of an ancient goddess and an evil being seeking to return to our world — all are pieces of a puzzle that investigative reporter Alex St. John must solve to thwart the plans of a murderous cult and its demonic god.
Alex St. John is the Shepherd, a goddess’s champion who protects the world from things that go bump in the night. Now he’s caught in a war between billionaire Roger Dandridge, a family of brutal street thugs, and a motorcycle gang made up of millennia-old demons. A beautiful woman holds the key, and Alex must help her reclaim a lost heritage that could save the world—or doom it.