Originally from the Midwest, Ron D. Voigts now calls North Carolina home where he and his wife have a home off the Neuse River. Ideas for his stories comes from the rural areas where he has lived, places he has visited, his love of the paranormal, and an overactive imagination. Ron considers his writing to be a literary fusion of mystery, thriller, paranormal, and any genre that suits the moment. When not plunking out a novel at the keyboard, he spends his time sharpening his culinary skills, watching gritty movies, and eating cookies with chocolate chips.
Alex Regal learns he has inherited property in a small town deep within the Appalachian Mountains. Getting there is easy but leaving proves impossible. The town is run by a Shapeshifter called The Strigoi, a creature that became the basis of werewolf and vampire tales. The Strigoi needs to drink human blood to survive and Alex may soon be the vampire's next meal.
Millionaire Peter Reynolds is at loose ends, not terribly moral and more than a little spoiled to a lavish lifestyle. All that he has come to know and cherish is about to change when he gets an invitation to attend the funeral of an ex-girlfriend. Her death that initially looked like a home invasion gone wrong starts to look more and more like a planned murder.
After Marvel Movies comes to Penelope’s school to shoot a motion picture, things go from bad to worse. She sneaks onto the set while they are filming and witnesses a murder. Only thing is she had her eyes shut. The police think she may remember something and so does the killer. What’s a girl to do? Come see in the third book of the series, A Penelope Mystery.
Penelope gets more than she expected when her eccentric parents plan to celebrate Christmas as a home-schooling project in this short story prequel to the Penelope Mystery series. When someone moves into the old Compton house down the road and all they own is a Christmas tree, an arm chair and a lamp, Penelope decides to find out why. Therein lies a Christmas mystery, waiting to be solved.
Penelope isn't happy when her parents send her to a private school, housed in a made-over hotel, with lots of history and secrets. Penelope's not in class ten minutes when a teacher drops dead in front of her. There are plenty of suspects, a ghost and talk of hidden treasure. With the help of her offbeat classmates, Penelope must solve the mystery and find the ghost’s treasure.
In a time before cell phones, MP3 players, and the Internet, a girl could roll up her sleeves and solve a murder, especially before she becomes the next victim. PENELOPE AMOUR is thirteen and rebellious. Her controlling mother and eccentric father dominate her life. And she lives isolated in the Manor where such a murder has occurred.
One Promise Too Many
on Aug. 13, 2011
Junior Detective Roger Stark shines in "One Promise Too Many" as he keeps the investigation on track in a race against time to save a kidnapped girl. Author Rick Bylina presents an empathetic, but no-nonsense detective ready to do what it takes to save 5-year-old Shelly before it’s too late. With tough action and mounting plot twists, I give this gripping police procedural my five-star stamp of approval.
A Matter of Faith
on Nov. 18, 2011
When Faith Moreno’s father dies, her tidy worry-free world begins to crumbles. Family secrets surface, someone harasses her for being part Mexican and her job is in jeopardy. Into her life comes Father Pat the local parish priest, a boy she had a crush on while in high school, and all the old feelings return. Detective Richard Stark investigates the possibility that her father’s death was not an accident, but murder. A MATTER OF FAITH is the second book in the Detective Stark Mystery series and a must read for mystery fans.