The gods often make use of heroes. More often, though, they make use of those less than heroic.
Revenge, whether served hot or cold, is a thing to be avoided at all costs.
Even with that understanding, a young knight embarks on a personal vendetta against the men who killed her parents. This all-consuming goal has been the only purpose for which she was thought to have survived.
Is it enough?
A mysterious unmanned device lands in the Australian desert. All nations want it because it contains weather-controlling technology.
John Black is a mercenary searching for its secret. Scientist, Emma Farr, wants it to reverse global warming. The action swirls across seas and continents until the pair finally discover the astonishing secret behind it all. A terse, hard, page-turning trip.
The Crew has kept their distance from Pops knowing he needs to recover from the death of his first wife (in Book 2). Pops’ life is on cruise control when unexpectedly he is called by the Crew. Unbeknownst to Pops the Crew has been working to obtain the release of a hostage from a rebel group working in Central America. But they are stuck and now they need his help.
Easy Nevada is a mercenary with a taste for treasure, drawn to the secrets of a dangerous pyramid. She hardly expects to meet Sudanese British archaeologist Candice Cushing exploring her heritage, or a zealot bent on its destruction. In this high-stakes adventure, the women start to wonder if they’re so different after all…and if that cursed pyramid has been buried for a reason.
Grif is tired of life as a mercenary—tired of life, period. So he heads off into the mountains, not much caring whether he lives or dies. But when his indifference leaves him unconscious in a snowbank, a stranger finds him and insists on dragging him back from death.
Killer new firewall protects data from hackers! - The all natural diet corporations don’t want you to know about! - She turned her cell phone off; the reason why is shocking! - 108,903 words you need to read. #98,641 is insane!
Against the noise of a society dominated by nation-status corporations and synthetic body parts, devoted people form Naturalist colonies and oppose "The Altered State."
Lieutenant Harold Tecumseh Anderson is watching a very attractive data tech in the reflective face of her computer monitor. Suddenly the face he sees isn’t hers, but a stranger – a mirror-walker who is entering the room through the monitor’s mirror-like surface. Harold knows that this is a mirror-walker because he met one once, David Malone, when they rescued the First Lady from kidnap.