Category: Literature & Fiction

MA’SITTER

MA’SITTER is a pulse-pounding drama that’s a gritty cross between The Help and True Detective another high stakes thriller. Sometimes, a woman owns little more than the deep, hidden wishes of her heart, and those don’t count for much in a place like Mississippi, at least for folk like Victoria. Just when it seems like

Chaos Theory: The Biker Variable

A brutal, casual killer, for Mason Metcalf, vice president of the Knights of Chaos, there is no deed too iniquitous, no sacrifice too great for the advancement of his club. After a drug deal goes badly wrong, like the prize in a box of Cracker Jacks, they pull a small and frantic redhead out of

Seven Shades of Crime

Mrs. Robinson has a son 1 year old and when she tries to stop breast feeding him, feeding him baby formula, he becomes violently ill. Tests show he is allergic to baby formula, so she continues to breast feeding, and she has big boobs. Then her husband has a heart attack, but survives it. The

Fast Track to the Past: A trip back to 1888

Jillian Henderson doesn’t believe her father is really dead, and can’t understand why no one is worried about the fact that important documents originated in the 1800’s by her father’s ancestor have gone missing. She is determined to find her father and the documents, but how? Then Samuel Gordon, a man from the past, accidentally

Battle at the Rim: Third Novel in the Hollister Series

The third novel in the Hollister series, Battle at the Rim follows Jack Hollister as he infiltrates Britain’s army of redcoats upon the request of General George Washington. Although the British Army is hanging all suspected patriot spies without question, Jack bravely sets off, disguising himself as a journalist, sailor, and British loyalist, all to successfully work

Great read, The Lights of Arno

Maysom is a 24 year old expatriate living in Florence, Italy. Every night, he plays guitar for the faceless masses that collect on the Ponte Vecchio, and every night, he runs from the past – a family tragedy and a love he can’t endure. Amid the sweeping landscapes, sprawling architecture, and thousands who don’t know

Showdown in Six-Mile Canyon

“It was early spring in 1864. The weather was cold, and a misting rain was falling. I was huddled around a small campfire with eighteen other soldiers. It was suppertime, and we were eating our beans and hardtack. We heard a low boom of cannon, and seconds later, a canister round hit right in the