When homicide detective Dexter J. Daley’s testimony helps send his partner away for murder, the consequences - and the media frenzy - aren’t far behind. He soon finds himself sans boyfriend, sans friends, and, after an unpleasant encounter in a parking garage after the trial, he’s lucky he doesn’t find himself sans teeth. Dex fears he’ll get transferred from the Human Police Force’s Sixth Precinct, or worse, get dismissed.
"Good humor to Military/shifter book"
With panic and intolerance spreading and streets becoming littered with the Order's propaganda, hostility between Humans and Therians grows daily. Dex and Sloane, along with the rest of the team, are determined to take down the Order and restore peace, not to mention settle a personal score. But the deeper the team investigates the bombings, the more they believe there's a more sinister motive than a desire to shed blood and spread chaos.
"And it keeps getting better..."
Innocent civilians are caught in the crossfire and although the THIRDS round up more and more members of the Order in the hopes of keeping the volatile group from reorganizing, the members of the Coalition continue to escape and wreak havoc in the name of vigilante justice.
"Mark Westfield Rocks This Series!"
Life for Dexter J. Daley has never been easy, but he's always found a way to pick himself back up with a smile on his face. Taken from his home and the arms of Sloane Brodie, his boyfriend and THIRDS partner, Dex finds himself in a situation as mysterious and lethal as the Therian interrogating him. Dex learns what he's secretly believed all along: his parents' death wasn't an accident.
"i love this series"
After an attack by the Coalition leaves THIRDS Team Leader Sloane Brodie critically injured, agent Dexter J. Daley swears to make Beck Hogan pay for what he's done. But Dex's plans for retribution are short-lived. With Ash still on leave with his own injuries, Sloane in the hospital, and Destructive Delta in the Coalition's crosshairs, Lieutenant Sparks isn't taking any chances.
"Mark Westfield does it again!"
They survived a journey across the wasteland to bring hope back to their friends and loved ones. But when Eric, Elaine, and Neil reach the seaside town of Bandon, one of the last bastions of civilization to have survived the apocalyptic worldwide blight, they find it empty. Abandoned. Everyone they know and care for has left.
An apocalyptic blight has long since turned the green earth grey. The world's few survivors face a never ending search for food, and a constant fight against those who have cast aside all morality in a bid to survive. But in the midst of the worldwide horror, rumors of a sanctuary spread. Eagle One, the enigmatic destination, might be the last hope for civilization. If it can be found.
"I can't wait for the next book!Non stop listem!l"
Years after the world was ravaged by the apocalyptic blight, the survivors in Bandon find themselves confronted by doubts about those they've encountered near their town, and also about their own leadership.
"This narrator is VERY annoying and hard to listen"
Calvin Summers and Ethan Hobbs have been best friends since childhood, but somewhere along the line, their friendship evolved into something more. With the Therian Youth Center bombing, Calvin realizes just how short life can be and no longer keeps his feelings for his best friend a secret. Unfortunately, change is difficult for Ethan; most days he does well to deal with his selective mutism and social anxiety.
"Mark Westfield is still doing a great job of bring"
It came without warning: a microscopic enemy that methodically turned the green Earth gray, decimating the food chain until only the prepared were left. But preparation alone is not enough to shelter Eric Fletcher from the chaos to befall the world as governments fail their citizens.
"Reluctant survivalist turns mass murderer?"
Years after the apocalyptic worldwide blight decimated humanity, the isolated survivor colony in Bandon, on the Oregon coast, is just beginning to thrive when all it has built, and all it has fought for, is suddenly threatened by the appearance of a marauding force on its borders. But this is not just any force. Claiming to be representative of a new government order, the leader of this army demands unconditional surrender - or Bandon will be annihilated.
"End of Series...I hope"
As the fiercest defense agent at the THIRDS, Destructive Delta's Ash Keeler is foul mouthed and foul tempered. But his hard-lined approach always yields results, evident by his recent infiltration of the Coalition. Thanks to Ash's skills and the help of his team, they finally put an end to the murdering extremist group for good, though not before Ash takes a bullet to save teammate Cael Maddock. As a result, Ash's secrets start to surface, and he can no longer ignore what's in his heart.
"Best one in the series yet!"
Hope. It's out there. Somewhere in the wasteland. But so are the remnants of humanity. Wasting survivors. Some desperate. Many dangerous. Into this dying landscape an expedition makes its way. Seeking what they believe to be out there - the cure for the apocalyptic blight which has ravaged the world. To locate it they will have to endure the unimaginable. To bring it home they will have to survive hell on Earth.
"Decent and improved"
Blackmore picks up as the group leaves the stadium. Beaten and battered, they head for the beach house. With the fate of their son now a complete mystery, Mason and April must fight to keep him from becoming something no one in the group wants to speak about. As Savannah attempts to come to terms with her own mortality, Randy continues to battle the demons that haunt his every move. However, they must put aside their personal issues and work together to defend the group.
The end of the world was only the beginning. Mason Thomas wasn't prepared when the devastation began that morning. No one was. Six days ago, reports of a mysterious illness began surfacing around the globe. The infection took hold quickly and destroyed everything in its path. The infected were seen attacking and actually devouring their victims. Those unfortunate enough to be caught out in the open were the first to fall. Millions perished every hour.
"Including The Prequel, I'm Buying the Third Book"
Collapse picks up with the men attempting to put together the pieces of their failed rescue mission, and the women trying to make sense of Justin's current condition. Will he recover or become something much worse? Mason's captors aren't leaving anything to the imagination. They are intent on inflicting massive destruction on all who oppose their directive.
Six days into a global pandemic, the plan is simple: Stay alive. With their close friend, Dan, and limited amounts of ammunition, Paul Hessler and his wife, Sophia, quickly find themselves on their own in the snowy Midwest. The police and military have already lost the battle, and in a world where chaos rules the streets, what chance does the everyday man have against the undead nipping at their heels? Armed with only shotguns and handguns, this untrained trio is about to find out what it takes to survive the apocalypse.
Turbulence picks up right where book one leaves off. As the battle in the park concludes, what will become of the injured members? We learn how the infection started and where it all began. The effects appear to reach every corner of the planet. Can the group survive? Do they even want to? Two weeks into the group's "vacation" at the stadium and Feeders are no longer a worry. Or are they? Their new hosts aren't quite what they seem and as they come to find out, don't have the best of intentions for Mason.
Alex Haley was on his way to becoming the most successful author in the history of publishing. That's when his troubles began. Within a decade and a half following the publication of Roots, Haley managed to alienate most of his fellow writers and at the same time squander most of his wealth. When he died at the age of 70, his estate was auctioned off and his iconic book went out of print. What happened?
"The downside of fame"
The end of the world was only the beginning. Welcome to Origins, the prequel to the best-selling post-apocalyptic series The Dead Years. It showcases three of the main characters in the early morning hours of the catastrophic infection.