The latest book in a series I always look forward to reading. The Thousand Dollar Man is a series about a nomadic vigilante and his dog.
Great books are the ones that you place on your shelf, digital or otherwise, knowing that you'll revisit the world created by the author again in the future.
When I saw this new release from one of my favorite author, I was both excited and apprehensive. Reading a John Locke book is kind of like when you were little and you spun around in circles really fast.
...there is a mind-numbing revelation a little over halfway through the story. It's a secret that will have consequences. Seb will have no choice but to deal with Mason and finally put the threat behind him.
I found this book a few days before Christmas. I looked at the reviews and liked what I saw. As an avid reader, I'm always looking for new authors to read especially, indie authors.
Dylan and Annie are still dealing with the events from Bad Deeds and while everything seems to be settling down and the future looks promising, it isn't long until old and new enemies change the course of both their lives.
The birthday boy is in the big apple. An unexpected call at the oddest location leaves Widow with an, even more, unexpected birthday gift.
A throwback spy story with a modern twist. Reading this story you'd think it was the height of the Cold War with spy games between the British and the Russians. I almost passed on this book when I looked at the cover.
After one of the deadliest attacks on Canadian soil, the Prime Minister is taking the gloves off. Discreet Activities, a secret government black ops-team, has been tasked with finding those responsible and bringing them to justice.
The discovery of a brutal murder sends Colt Ryder on a mission of vengeance that will take him into the hidden world of the Dark Web. The Devil's playground.
The first book in the numerous (14 to date) Overworked Chronicles. A paranormal, scifi, YA story centered on a teenage boy named Justin. Justin would kindly be classified as a nerd and unkindly as a complete fat loser.
The title caught my eye. It's an interesting prospect that the title implies, that this hitman had no soul. I guess you could argue that anyone capable of killing another human for money has to be soulless.