After six years of silence, a serial kidnapper and killer returns …
His plans are convoluted. His motives are obscure. He leaves notes, cards, and other clues. What he truly wants is a worthy opponent. He kidnaps a boy only to return him in the Erie National Wildlife Refuge as promised. Then, he snatches one of the volunteers searching the woods for the child.
When FBI Special Agents Ann and Patrick Duncan are assigned to the case, they soon realize the kidnapper likes getting personal. To make matters worse, the perpetrator has help from surprising sources: victims’ families.
The more the agents learn about The Keres Legacy, the clearer it becomes that their family and friends are both fair game. Losing clearly means somebody dies, but even winning might come at a cost.
FBI Special Agent Ann Duncan knows how to face down danger, but once again, she’s not the target. Her baby sister, Joy Davidson, has stumbled upon a conspiracy and made some powerful enemies.
Luck and God’s grace help Ann save her sister the first time, but she knows the bad guys will try again. With Patrick on a university tour and perhaps the most important case of her career weighing upon her mind, Ann must find the strength, wisdom, and heart to find out who wants her sister dead, what Joy discovered, and how to stop the conspirators.
Ann instinctively knows that if she fails the Davidson case will only be the first of many tragedies.
FBI Special Agent Ann isn’t assigned the case, but she works it anyway because she knows the Collins family. Add in a baffling case of internet thievery, and Ann and her partner, Patrick, have plenty to think about.
Who took the Collins family and why?
One thing’s certain: time is running out. If Ann and Patrick don’t work fast, Rachel Collins and her kids will die.
As a relatively new FBI agent Ann Davidson struggles with personalizing the cases. Hours after delivering the news that a boy’s murder investigation has officially gone cold, Ann and her partner, Patrick Duncan, catch a new case: a custody kidnapping. They have precious little time to find the victim, two-year-old Josiah Quinn. If even a day goes by without locating the boy, the odds of finding him drop to nearly nothing.
They couldn’t save the other boy, but Ann’s determined not to fail again.
The first 3 stories can be experienced as ebooks, paperbacks, or audiobooks. Book 4 is coming to audio soon. If Christian mystery isn’t your thing, try the Shadow Council series instead. (Tip, grab the ebook for a price drop on the audiobook.)
Exiled to Earth, Mina bears the weapon she stole from Satan, preventing him from destroying the angels of light. Despite this, Spirit’s Bane weakens her with pain when she uses her Gifts to protect those under her care.
Meanwhile, the Council of Light confines Allister to the Heavens. They fear what Satan will do if he captures the Kindred Spirit Pair. Allister knows they are stronger together, but even if he defies the Council by going to Earth, there’s no guarantee he’ll reach Mina before Satan’s minions.
If Allister and Mina cannot defeat Spirit’s Bane swiftly, precious souls will be lost in the coming conflict.
This is Book 2 in the Guardian Angel Files series. This book can be read alone, but it would probably be much more powerful (and sensible) if read after Guardian Angel Files Book 1: Spirit’s Bane.
Stanton Klein’s father had given up on life after his wife died and left Stanton orphaned to live with his grandparents. He decided he would never love like that. He and his first wife had fared well together, but she’d died in childbirth. Now he’s decided to find another woman to marry. After all, a farmer needs a wife and sons. However, with the changes come important lessons and dangers that Stanton never imagined.
Beth Evans has taken care of her father, since he fell from a barn roof and can no longer walk. People, like Fiona, have always made fun of her, because she has a limp. When Stanton befriends her, she’s wary but also intrigued. Her father encourages her to give Stanton a chance, but how can she be sure this is what’s best?
All profits from the author’s books go to a scholarship fund for missionary children.
When college junior Alana Adams catches her boyfriend passionately kissing another woman, she promptly dumps Nathan and turns to her best friend, Jacob, for advice and emotional support.
At first, Nathan apologizes and showers Alana with gifts in an effort to win her back. He tries to get her to see they belong together, but when his efforts fail, he concludes the real problem in their relationship must be her best friend.
As Alana’s rejection further sinks in, Nathan realizes there’s only one solution to their problem: kill Jacob Talford.
Never Again is a standalone clean suspense story.
If you’re looking for something more light-hearted, try the Shadow Council series.