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He’s also a man without a past, a man desperately seeking what he has lost.
In the first of a series of electrifying short stories, a coma and subsequent amnesia thrusts Frank Jackson into an unfamiliar world of intrigue and adventure where he relies upon his gut instinct to survive.
Praise for Poison Bay
“A gripping story with plenty of mystery and twists.” ~ Wordsmith
“A complex thriller set in an amazing location.” ~ Goodreads
When the wilderness is not your only enemy, who do you trust?
Television reporter Callie Brown likes big cities and good coffee. But, running from a broken heart, she agrees to join old friends at the strangest of reunions: a trek into New Zealand’s most savage and remote mountains.
What she doesn’t know is that someone wants them all dead.
Eight people were in the room when a fledgling actress died. Ten years later they are invited on an incredible journey, all expenses paid.
By the time they understand the expedition’s true purpose, old secrets are baring their claws, and it is too late to turn back.
Poison Bay is a gripping psychological thriller introducing the Wild Crimes murder mystery series, set in the majestic wildernesses of Australia and New Zealand:
1. POISON BAY
2. VENOM REEF – COMING SOON
Praise for Poison Bay:
“Suspenseful and nearly impossible to put down.” ~ Literary Inklings
“My jaw actually dropped a couple of times.” ~ Amazon
“An engrossing and unpredictable thriller. Highly recommended.” ~ Goodreads
“A seriously wild ride that will have you feeling the rain pelting your face and the mountainside crumbling underfoot.” ~ Goodreads
“Keeps you turning the pages, and guessing right up until the end.” ~ Amazon
“An explosive ending that is more like a James Bond movie.” ~ Amazon
When the perfect rental falls through again, she and her boys move in with Air Force Sgt. Geno D’Antoni and his two teenage sons. It’s only for a year, so she can polish her credit rating and save a down payment to buy a home. It’s a perfect plan.
Or not. When Geno stands up to Caroline’s bully of an ex-husband, he retaliates by suing for full custody. Then Geno’s ex-wife, spurned by her fiancé, moves back in. She wants Caroline out. Now.
The tiny spark of passion between Caroline and Geno sputters and dies. Or does it? Maybe they had no chance with the chaos from their pasts eclipsing their future. So why does Caroline rush home to share all the details of her day with him? Why does she haunt Geno’s dreams? And when exactly does your best friend become your future?