Five teenagers. In the woods. At night. On Halloween. What could possibly go wrong?More info →
Book 2 of the Shadowkill Trilogy
A Senator's daughter is abducted.
SHADOW team is assigned to locate her.
But there's a problem. SHADOW team's robotic soldiers have been kept a secret, and this exposure could lead to a massive public outcry.
HOMELAND DEFENSE is the second novel in the Shadowkill Trilogy.
Book 3 of the Shadowkill Trilogy
A team of mercenaries has infiltrated the White House.
Their ransom: complete control of SHADOW team.
Will Major Walker and the Mechanical Clandestine Division of the US Military pay the heavy price to save the country? Or does Lucas, Stacy, and the rest of SHADOW team have another plan?
STORMING THE HILL is the third and final novel in the Shadowkill Trilogy.More info →
From the backwoods of Minnesota to the heart of Washington DC, this is the complete Shadowkill Trilogy.
SHADOWs (Strategic Hazardous Android for Defensive Operations and Warfare) are the latest in innovations in robotic military technology.
Now all three books are available together in this complete box set.
The Shadowkill Trilogy is part Lit RPG, part technothriller.
Allan and Jody Deere’s son Bret has been born under unusual circumstances. But it isn’t until a stranger knocks on their door, offering to help, that they realize the potential of Bret’s powers.
Strange Birth is the first book in the superhero Repel Trilogy.
Immediately following the harrowing events in BEHOLDER’S EYE, the first thriller novel in the Central Division series, Minneapolis PD investigators Kolin Raynes and Simon Templeton are once again back in Glade, Minnesota, to further investigate the aftermath of the elusive serial killer. They may know what drove the Video Slayer to do what she did, but how did she do it?More info →
From the deep Minnesota woods to the dangerous streets of the Twin Cities, Minneapolis PD investigators KOLIN RAYNES and SIMON TEMPLETON are not afraid to get their hands dirty when it comes to serial killers and human sex traffickers.
This omnibus is a compilation of the first four suspenseful thriller novels in the Central Division Series, including the novella titled Training Grounds.More info →
Little does Minneapolis PD Investigator KOLIN RAYNES know that finding a discarded cell phone would lead him into the murky world of human sex trafficking. And KASSI YOUNG, a homeless teenage prostitute, isn’t the only one to fall into their clutches.More info →
What would be the most horrifying day to repeat over and over again? For PETE HARRISON, that day is his final day on Death Row. Convicted on multiple counts of murder, Pete has little opportunity to change his last day before walking down to the lethal injection chamber.More info →
Minneapolis PD Investigator Kolin Raynes may be new to the job, but that doesn't stop a serial killer from targeting him.More info →
Megan Dust, after recently losing her parents, hitches a ride with Bart Simms, a Minneapolis attorney. Along the way, they meet up with a local farming family, and in exploring their backwoods home, Megan uncovers a secret that leads to a bloody trail of a crazed killerMore info →
From the barren Mars landscape to the northwoods of America. Seven terrifying tales. One collection.More info →
Minneapolis PD Investigator SIMON TEMPLETON has a problem. His high school friends are being murdered. And he’s the next one on the killer’s hit list.More info →
ADAM DOLE has no choice but to face his fears. In high school, he killed accidentally killed someone with a golf ball from the 13th hole. He told no one. Another man paid for his crime. Now, he has to win a golf tournament on the same golf course. However, the house that lies beyond the dreaded 13th hole may hold secrets. Including the secret of his innocence.More info →
A wife murders her husband. The prosecution calls it a slam dunk. A fiery defense attorney demands a speedy trial. So what’s the problem? Minneapolis PD investigators KOLIN RAYNES, SIMON TEMPLETON, and rookie KELLY KING trust their instincts, that not everything is as it seems.More info →