Army specialist Mathew Perry was adopted at a very young age. He enjoyed a normal and rewarding life, provided by his loving, adoptive parents. Everything was moving along at a normal pace until his 25th birthday.
That's when he learns his entire biological family was murdered in one of the most heinous crimes in Trumbull County history. Faced with a grisly reality, Matt leaves the Army and his South Georgia home. He heads north to learn more about his biological family and investigate the unsolved murder. As one might expect, Perry finds more than he bargained for in the sleepy, little mecca he never knew. With the help of his half-sister, can Mathew unearth the clues that will solve the case?
Escape from Captivity
Coming in 2018...
Yes, the eagerly anticipated sequel to Wolf Pact: The New Order will be published as early as November. It’s been six years in the making but is finally ready to entertain readers with more adventures of W. Jefferson Prescott III and his friends, Arena Wolfe and Shahrazad and Sebastian McKenzie.
Escape from Captivity begins with the rescue of two young children from the farmlands of Wisconsin but catapults the shape-shifting Cossibye clan into the murderous path of a madman. Jefferson, Reeny, Sebby and Sherry risk their lives as they become targets in Danny Lee Wilson’s killing spree.
There is a new hero in the sequel, Michael Mangus Walker. He runs away from an elite U.S. Army fighting unit to reclaim his shattered life and the children he loves. He is a fierce warrior and brings a new dynamic to the peace-loving Cossibye clan.
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miners who are willing to pay three times the going rate for Texas beefsteak. The 300-mile trek is fraught with danger. Outlaws and rampaging tribes threaten the herd and the cowboys' lives. A wily, old cook, named Toots, takes Gus under his wing and, when they arrive in Deadwood, they are befriended by none other than Calamity Jane. Together the trio sets out on a path of revenge that will change Gus's life forever.
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When Eongus "Gus" McIntyre and his father are attacked while making their way to the Black Hills Gold Rush of 1876, he is orphaned and abandoned to find his way to civilization in one of the wildest and most untamed territories on the American frontier.
The fourteen-year-old wanders the desolate hills for ten days before being rescued by a group of Texas cattlemen who are driving one hundred head of Texas Longhorns to Deadwood, a rip, roaring boomtown of hungry
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