Henry Bins has Henry Bins. A sleeping disorder, named after him. He is awake for one hour a day. He wakes up at 3 a.m. then falls asleep at 4 a.m. Life is simple. Until he hears the woman scream. And sees the man leave the house across the street. But not just any man. The President of the United States.
"3 A M Audio narrated by James Barak"
His love life in shambles, Thomas Prescott returns to Seattle, the very place he fled from after his parents' deaths nearly a decade earlier. Just as Thomas is getting settled in, he sees a body floating in the private cove behind his boyhood home. It is a woman. But not just any woman - the governor of Washington. As the suspense ratchets and the twists unfold, Thomas is thrown into the middle of the biggest murder investigation in Washington state history.
"I'm hooked on Mr. Prescott."
Intimate in scale, but grandly outfitted, the luxury cruise liner 'The Afrikaans' hosts no more than 208 pampered guests, among them; former FBI contract agent Thomas Prescott. When the ship is overtaken by African pirates who are demanding the U.S. send AIDS relief to a small Zulu village in South Africa, it is up to Prescott to keep the 400 hostages alive.
"Another great Thomas Prescott story"
Henry Bins hasn't seen his mother in 30 years. She walked out when he was six and never looked back. Five years ago, Henry started looking for her. Now she's been found. At the bottom of the Potomac River. Henry soon learns everything he thought he knew about his mother was a lie. And that maybe his condition wasn't the reason his mother left all those years ago. Because Sally Bins wasn't your average woman. She was a spy.