Servant of the Realm
What would you do if you saw the future deaths of those closest to you?
Gavin Blake is a detective with a bitter and angry past who has stumbled on a case which will better explain his past and may portend a dark future. Professor Sonders is a skilled scientist, unknowingly creating a lethal serum. When Luke Phillips, a teenager with a troubled childhood, steals Sonders' serum and injects it into himself, he finds that he can see the future. But what he sees are pictures of those closest to him dying. Everyone wants to know what happens next, to be able to glimpse what the future holds, but the Realm hides dark secrets. Can Luke save those he loves, or is fate unchangeable?
The Sacred Sin
There is darkness inside us all.
Everyone has a past. One that is inescapable. Jude Foster, an L.A. homicide detective, is on the brink of mental collapse. A year ago, he was left for dead by Morgan Cross, a once-close friend and partner. Now, although forced to undergo mindless psychoanalytical diatribes in order to be reinstated into the department, the world apathetically spins on. When a dead body is found in West Hollywood, an investigation is set in motion and Jude realizes, with the aid of Rachel Cragin, his annoying new interim partner, that the first victim is only the beginning. The markings on the bodies are trails to a more sadistic pattern of evil, one Jude may or may not recognize. But how does someone stop a killer who's slaying his victims by stealing their souls, without ever touching them? As the time ticks, the countdown begins. They will have one week to uncover the sacred sin...and the darkness that lies within all men.
ARSON GABLE FEELS LIKE A FREAK. HE CAN CREATE FIRE. HE NEVER ASKED FOR IT. HE NEVER WANTED IT. BUT HE CAN'T SHUT IT OFF.
Before now, three things were true: he both loved and despised his grandmother; his life was going nowhere; and he was alone. But when a strange girl-who feels more normal behind a mask than inside her own skin-moves in next door, Arson hopes to find something he's never had: purpose. Using what he fears the most about himself, Arson must face his consuming past and confront the nightmare that is present as he walks the fine line between boy and monster. Dark, moody, and breathtakingly relevant, Arson, the chilling chronicle of an isolated boy with unimaginable ability, is sure to ignite the hearts and minds of a new generation.