Maxwell Barnes is an archeologist and the son of an archeologist. He and his companion, friend, and brother since youth, Axel Morales, have been treasure hunting for their benefactor Myron Crabtree, in the jungles of Guatemala.
This area is also rumored to be the location of the last great city of the Maya, the legendary Ahrum. When Max meets a man who appears to be a young Mayan skateboard punk, his entire world is turned upside down as he hears the true story of the city’s demise, and of the Crystal of Ahrum, lost then but supposedly capable of restoring the ancient Mayan empire.
Adventure, romance, and more than a little excitement all await you in book one of The Crystal of Ahrum: Mayan Shadows!
A new and nameless enemy. Terrifying and unexplained phenomena. Something evil is living in Serenity, and it wants Shelby Alexander dead.
As he stares down this latest and strangest case of his career, Shelby will have to conquer his own doubts and fears in order to take out this new threat … and save the life of an old friend.
Her son is in the hands of the wickedest man she’s ever known …And that man is her own father.
Nicole Porter has seen a lot of evil, but what now threatens to destroy her entire family is at an entirely new level. Wounded and near death, time is short for Nicole. But she has one more cleanup job to do, and if she succeeds, it will remove one of the greatest stains on the planet.
After a long journey and an even longer trail of bodies, the end game is near. Nicole knows that her kids’ lives depend on her success. She cannot afford to fail.
Shelby Alexander moved to Serenity, his boyhood hometown, looking for a slower pace of life. But trouble follows men like Shelby, and he finds himself embroiled in an underworld of drugs and violence that may prove to be his undoing.
What would you do if you found a body in the trunk of your wife’s car? This is the question facing Dan Porter as he stood in the parking lot and looked down at a man wrapped in clear plastic sheeting … a man with a tidy .38 bullet hole in his forehead.