Following the death of the parents of Jonathan's four-year-old nephew Joshua, Dick and his partner find themselves in a new role: parents. As if fatherhood didn't bring enough of a set of challenges, the mother of one of Joshua's new friends is murdered, sending Dick on a trail to find out who killed her and why. With a list of suspects ranging from a lesbian ex-partner to the boy's race-car-driver father, Dick is soon embroiled in a case so complicated that child-rearing begins to look easier than solving the case.
"Narrator totally ruins the book for me"
Elliott Smith wakes up in the hospital with a head injury - and an invisible companion. At first, he's convinced "John" is just a figment of a damaged brain, but when he's fully recovered John is still around and desperate to find out who he is. Reluctantly, Elliott agrees to help and discovers Chicago PD has a John Doe on their hands with six bullets in him - who died in the ER at the same time Elliott was there.
"I made it to chapter 3"
Aaron Stiles is dead. He's been dead for four years, but doesn’t seem to know it. He's waiting for his partner Bill to come home, and until that happens, he’s not going anywhere. The trouble is, Bill Somers won't be coming home - ever - because he's dead, too. The official verdict was suicide, but...
Deep in the jungles of Colombia, a brutal and fast-growing drugs cartel has genetically-modified cocaine to make it 10 times more powerful and addictive than any other drug. They call it: BLACK COKE. Nathan Kershner is an agent with the UK's Serious Organised Crime Agency and a former Special Forces operative. Often working undercover, he has single-handedly brought down some of the most wanted criminals in the world.
"THe Worst Ever..."
Ruled by the Empire, the world is filled with people, prosperity, and magic. For years, all three things have learned to exist with one another. Peace was in the world and everything was good. No one ever expected a change and they trusted their emperor.
"A good story but not great"
With a new building to restore and his relationship with Steve growing more serious, the last thing Elliott needs is someone else's problem, but when lottery millionaire Bruno Caesar moves into his building he can't just ignore the man's pleas for help. Then Bruno's life comes to an abrupt end when he falls from his balcony. There's only one problem-he was terrified of heights…and never went onto the balcony.
Dante Benevetti is the darling of the music world...and why not? He's handsome, talented - and arrogant as only a man convinced of his own brilliance can be. As far as he's concerned, the rest of the world exists for his benefit. So, when he hears Dante is dead, a victim of murder, Elliott isn't really surprised. Nor is he surprised when Dante comes for a post-mortem visit, demanding Elliott find out who killed him. Was it the well-known lyricist who was the only one in the house at the time? The talented young musician whose work Dante plagiarized?
Former MI6 officer Arran Delamaine and his wife Sylvia fled Yemen when her parents were murdered for delving too deep into the illegal arms trade. Eighteen months later, their life has finally settled in London when a mysterious Interpol agent tries to recruit Arran to investigate the death of a notorious Yemeni arms dealer.
A dying man in the desert... A massacre in a refugee camp... A missing aid convoy... And suddenly Interpol agent Jim Galespi is running for his life. In The Somali Doctrine, an Interpol agent makes it his mission to stop the remorseless madmen at the helm of the world's largest NGO. From the deserts of Somaliland to the slums of Nairobi to the plush hotels of Cape Town all the way to the Department for International Development in London, the race is on to stop disaster from striking again. And again.
When Cain and Abel, the sons of Adam and Eve, meet each other and the Serpent in a mysterious park, the story of the Garden of Eden gets re-examined. This is a dramatic fiction dealing with the man's first disobedience against god, according to the Bible. This compelling, philosophical novel encourages the real growth of mankind, breaking out of psychological slavery imposed by outside forces. The unique style of the novel goes beyond the boundary of the traditional literary genres.