Jan and Ward have been hiding from the government they once worked for. When a friend calls for help, they have to choose between doing nothing or standing in the face of danger once again.
In... More > order to bring down a human trafficking ring, Jan gets smuggled in as one of the women they plan to sell. Facing the grueling trek across the border of Mexico to the United States, she then must help discover a way to bring down the entire operation.
Ward calls his friend Eddy to help with the operation from the purchasing side; a side not so far from Eddy’s past.
If they aren’t careful, all of them could die, or worse.< Less
It’s hard to tell who the traitors are when they work for the same government agency. Agent Jack Golightly and his best friend, and former agent as well, Ward Lowe are trapped in the jungles... More > of South America with no back up. Putting out an SOS they have to wait for Jan, Ward’s wife and former PED agent herself. Without knowing it they have stumbled onto a huge smuggling ring involving government agencies and headed up by a rival that would like nothing better than to see Ward and Jack dead and Jan belonging to him. Fighting the government and the man that has betrayed Ward and Jan more times than they want to count they get help from unlikely sources.< Less
Two men had good reason to despise the same woman. One of them killed her . . . DNA proved it was him; the verdict sent him to prison. “Case closed.” But wait . . . Both men know the... More > wrong man was incarcerated. If the imprisoned man’s objectives are realized, the injustice could be remedied. If the free man’s goal is achieved, it could truly be: “Case closed.”< Less
This is a book about people who kill and why.
Inside Outlaws takes you into the world of violence. You will gain new insight into why people kill. It could change the way you see others or how you... More > raise your children.
Inside Outlaws is about murderers and the forces that shape them. You come to understand their crimes... you will feel warned.
Most murder is a one-time crime of passion. The rarest form is serial killing. But the roots are the same. Shame is at the core of almost all acts of murder.< Less
He thought his world was perfect . . .
until he met her.
He thought his world was perfect . . .
when he married her.
He thought his world was perfect . . .
until he lost her.
Jack had worked for... More > the CIA for eight years in the area of South America collecting information on drug lords and cartels. He was good at his job and liked being alone. He was following the brothers and the drug money when they had surprisingly taken a quick trip back to the States. What he hadn’t planned on finding on this mission was the love of his life.
Susan was just a woman sitting at the table when he saw her. Fate had brought them together twice in one week. For him not to notice it, and although he knew he shouldn’t, he did.
He thought his world was perfect, a dangerous job and he had her by his side. But then one day, she was gone in an instant.< Less
Yuri Pandropov has millions in drug money that he needs to launder. Carmen Risotti is a Wall Street crook with a plan. Michael Cole is the corrupt lawyer that is the go between. Together, they hatch... More > a scheme to game the stock market and clean Yuri’s hoard of cash.
Where the Allegheny and Monongahela converge just west of Pittsburgh, a speck of land called Neville Island squats in the muddy waters of the Ohio River. At the eastern tip of the island sits Keystate Oil - a small company that is caught up in the plot..
Doug Reardon runs Keystate and along with his good friend Lud and Stoli, the burly union boss, are trying to nurse the failing company back to health. Unwittingly, they abet in the scheme to launder millions in drug money. When tragedy strikes, Doug and Stoli are dragged into the labyrinth of corruption and murder. Ultimately, they are pulled into the treacherous worlds of corporate corruption and drug trafficking.< Less
An explosive tale of suspense and drama, as the author dodges bullets, the CIA and a crazy Israeli Intelligence agent, in his real-life, rollercoaster quest to hunt down the key to the deep, dark... More > secret which will rock the governments of both Great Britain and the United States, and trigger the political scandal of the century.< Less
Chasing her dream of becoming an investigative reporter in San Francisco, Holly Rivera Berry has to return to her hometown of Bonafides on the Texas Coastal Bend to settle her recently deceased... More > father’s estate. She discovers that just before he died her father researched the possibility that via an old Mexican land grant the Rivera family owns The Gap, a natural channel to the Gulf of Mexico. Land speculators plan to erect luxury homes, resorts, hotels, and a casino along The Gap and Holly comes to doubt that her father died of natural causes. The more she investigates, the more things don’t add up. One by one her allies fall victim to fatal accidents and it looks like Holly might be next.< Less
In 1897 an American Army officer is sent to Shanghai China. He discovers a crime ring conspiring to violently rid China of occidentals. The final solution is already in motion, and he is running out... More > of time trying to uncover the scheme and those involved. At the same time he falls in love with a school teacher newly Arrived from the U.S.< Less
A story based on the life of Nelson A. Soggs. He goes from Columbus, PA to a far away land called the Klondike. He left a legacy that has enticed the writer to do years of in-depth research to bring... More > his story to life. In one aspect he was a very successful jeweler, but personally he saw heartbreak after heartbreak. He made his way to the Yukon during the gold rush of 1897, spent a few ungodly winters there, trudged through knee-high mud of the streets and built a jewelry store and house made of logs at Dawson City. He tragically lost his wife the first winter after her arrival, after traveling so far to be with her husband. He was one of many unknown and unsung people who helped to put a face on what made America great. Nelson, as well as his inventor father, Henry Soggs, will finally receive recognition for their enduring marks on the pages of history.< Less
Deni Daudov wasn’t just any immigrant; he had the American dream in the palm of his hands. On the surface American life was great, but once Deni started to sink below he found truths were well... More > disguised lies, and the line between love and indifference was an easy one to cross. When the reality of Deni’s existence changed, he faced insurmountable challenges few could understand. There are times a young man must choose his fate. He can live a quiet life and be a digit in the American population, or he could take a stand against his perceived injustices and ultimately face grave consequences. The measure of a man’s life is what he makes it, and sometimes that measure is insurrection.< Less
In PATCHWORK CONNECTIONS, seventy-year old Sarah Miller, along with her friends and family, piece together their relationships to create renewed and lasting bonds.
Sarah's daughter, Martha, begins... More > to play a larger role in her mother's life, but she brings a troubled past and impending danger.
Charles pulls his cop hat out of storage, hoping to solve a mystery close to Sarah's heart. Sophie, while building new bonds with her son, continues to keep her cohorts from getting too serious.
This sequel to TIE DIED, RUNNING STITCHES, and SEA BOUND is the fourth book in the Quilting Cozy series and continues to offer light mystery, loveable characters, a bit of romance, and lots of quilting.< Less