Abandoned Homes: Vietnam Revenge Murders is a suspenseful serial killer crime novel. U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War ended in 1975 when the U.S. abandoned its embassy in Saigon. However, the hate developed during the war years, especially at universities continued. The search for a serial killer reveals a complex web of interrelated former students, a crusading newspaper reporter, and CIA.
One decision can change everything. One decision can cost everything. And the worst part is there’s no turning back. Caught between an ugly truth she doesn’t want to face and a haunting reality to which she feels drawn, Kira must learn to trust her instincts and take life at The Candy Shop one bite size piece at a time.
Tatyana dreams of flying for her country’s air force -a career field closed to females in the USSR. Although under growing suspicion by two police agencies -including the KGB- due to unsolved homicides, her brother formulates a dangerous conspiracy to help her illegally enroll in a VVS academy. Will Tasha follow through with her brother’s plan?
Reckoning is the third book in the Detective Bobby Mac Thriller series, returning Detective Bobby Mac to the streets of Denver. It’s been ten years since facing the loss of his brother, Jax, but Mac has a new life now with his wife and daughters.
When a series of murders grips the city in terror, Mac joins an inter-agency task force charged with bringing the Judas Killer to justice.
Resident Fear is a crime thriller set in the Northeast of England in 2018, after Britain was expelled from the European Union. The body of a wealthy Industrialist is found draped at the base of the iconic sculpture - The Angel of the North. D.C.I. Jack Renton soon realises it is no ordinary homicide, it has the hallmarks of a serial killer. Civil unrest and political apathy stoke the fear.
Published: April 11, 2011.
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What if you accidentally discovered your destiny? What if that destiny was to kill? Would you fight it or follow it blindly? Or would you, like Richard Evans, learn to enjoy it?
Doing it for Isaac is the seventh of Uncle John's Bedtime Tales. Reader discretion is advised.