Several goose hunters are found shot dead in rural Iceland, and detectives Gunnar Maríuson and Birkir Hinriksson are assigned to the case. Lead after lead goes cold before a mysterious letter arrives at the Reykjavik police department that reads, “My nature is to kill. I hunt men and never let go.” Gunnar and Birkir set a trap for the one they call “the Gander.” But the killer sends them on a deadly wild-goose chase, as lives hang in the balance.
"Murdered goose hunters? Really??"
Daniel Kaine is an enigma...and Jennifer is falling in love with him. Can she discover what drives this self-assured yet gentle man before a sinister stalker wreaks his revenge?
Their magic tree house takes Jack and Annie deep into the sea, where they meet up with dolphins, sharks, and octopi as they search for the answer to an ancient riddle.
When Viola Keim starts working at a nearby Mennonite retirement home, she strikes up an unlikely friendship with resident Atle, whose only living relative, son Edward, is living as a missionary in Nicaragua. Viola understands the importance of mission work, but she can't imagine leaving her father in the hands of strangers. Even though her family is New Order Amish, it's not the Amish way, and though she doesn't know Ed, she judges him for abandoning his father. But when Ed surprises his father with a visit, Viola and Ed both discover an attraction they never expected.
Heather O’Grainne is the assistant secretary in the Office of Future Threat Assessment, investigating rumors surrounding something called “Daybreak.” Part philosophic discussion, part international terrorist faction, and part artists’ movement, it’s a group of diverse people with radical ideas who have only one thing in common — their hatred for the Big System and their desire to take it down. Until Heather can determine whether these people are all talk and no action, she wants to keep this information from going public.
"Very disappointing, don't waste your credit."
For more than a year, Heather O'Grainne and her small band of heroes, operating out of Pueblo, Colorado, have struggled to pull the United States back together after it shattered under the impact of the event known as Daybreak. Now they are poised to bring the three or four biggest remaining pieces together, with a real President and Congress, under the full Constitution again. Heather is very close to fulfilling her oath, creating a safe haven for civilization to be reborn. But other forces are rising too.
"Excellent Post Apocalypse Writing"
An antiques dealer robbed and killed, and the only clues are a scrap of blank paper and the unusual weapon used. Now ex-cop Zatopek "Zed" van Heerden has 14 days in which to fill in the blanks in this dead man's past - a past which only seems to begin in 1983.
"Another Capetown police procedural, wonderful."
In this audiobook, a successful young mystery writer named Gwynevere Leigh returns to her hometown of Derry Ridge, Kentucky, in search of a peace that all her fame and success couldn't provide. A struggling college professor, Mitch Donovan, is badly shaken by the return of his first love, and even more troubled by the unexplained presence of a forbidding stranger on a once peaceful campus.
This is book four in the Daybreak Series featuring the husband and wife team of Daniel and Jennifer Kaine, two reluctant sleuths who end up in the thick of sinister plots and dangerous mysteries that challenge both their love and their faith. In this book, Jennifer and Daniel become involved with Whitney Sharyn a young deaf woman who Jennifer believes has survived some excruciating ordeal in her past. A past that is still haunting her.
In late 2024, Daybreak, a movement of post-apocalyptic eco-saboteurs, smashed modern civilization to its knees. That story, along with Heather O'Grainne's, was told in Directive 51. Now Heather's story continues in Daybreak Zero. In the summer of 2025, she leads a tiny organization of scientists, spies, scouts, entrepreneurs, engineers, dreamers, and daredevils based in Pueblo, Colorado. Both of the almost-warring governments of the United States have charged them with an all but impossible mission: find a way to put the world back together.
"Twist on post apocalyptic Amrerica"
While honeymooning on the shores of Lake Erie, Daniel and Jennifer Kaine expected a week of relaxation and moonlit strolls on the beach. They hadn't counted on meeting Vali Tremayne. Vali, a famous Christian singer, has been in seclusion since the loss of her fiance, Paul Alexander, in a plane crash. But her emotional struggles may not be simply the result of grief over Paul's death. Someone is tormenting her, trying to drive her insane - or kill her.
Teddy Giordano felt his stomach wrench when he saw Nick's body slumped over his desk. Nick had been shot execution style, obviously it was a hit by the mob. Ted wiped his hands on his jeans, then raked his fingers through his hair. The dead man was his boss and almost like a brother to Ted. Nick had been good to him. "Stay out of the business, Teddy," Nick had often warned, "Just work for me personally, not the Family."
Shocking and inspirational, Daybreak provides a clear breakdown of all that we have lost, and all that we have to gain.
In Dolphins at Daybreak, it's sink or swim for Jack and Annie when the Magic Tree House whisks them off to the middle of the ocean. Luckily, they find a mini-submarine on a coral reef. Unluckily, they are about to meet a giant octopus and one very hungry shark. Will the dolphins save the day? Or are Jack and Annie doomed to be dinner?
"Ok for the 4yr old"