When the Millennial Virus rampaged unchecked across the world, the pandemic swept away everything we held dear. Small groups took refuge where they could. There was no time to mourn. Survival was all that mattered. For those lucky enough to call Hurst their home the medieval fortress provides sanctuary from the surrounding wasteland. Far away from the smoking ruins of the cities, on the south coast of England, a lawless power vacuum exists without electricity or government. As Zed Samuels and the other survivors struggle to rebuild their shattered lives, rival groups covet the castle’s closely-guarded resources, probing its defences.
Do No Harm
When Matthew Preston was eight, his father was shot and killed in rarefied Pacific Palisades by Ted Nash, a home burglar who happened to be the Preston’s neighbor. Though Nash was sentenced to life in San Quentin, Matthew’s lifelong obsession is to somehow get into the prison, gain access to Nash, and exact the ultimate personal revenge. He devises a plan to become a prison doctor to gain access to Nash.
Deep Blue Surrender
Long-time friends, Detective Shane Sullivan and D.A. prosecutor, Milo Nash, are behind Allison all the way and offer leads to help her get her feet wet. She’s soon put in contact with Tommy Boyce, a hard-boiled private eye, who throws her a bone. Just a small job; stakeout a couple of cheaters and get a few pictures. But when her targets are gunned down by a hitman, Allison is hurled into a deadly scheme of murder, lies, and corruption.