Travel along with Mia Kensington through this riveting mystery thriller. Based in an institution for the mentally incurable and the criminally insane, the twists and turns in this novel will keep you guessing.
The wife of a renowned anthropologist is drawn into the disappearance of the famous Dr. Whitehead who was to announce the discovery of a lifetime and then is murdered on board their cruise ship. When a mysterious illness creeps through the passengers, Mia abandons the cruise ship with her husband seeking a supposed sanctuary and instead is delivered back into a world of unbelievable horror. A gripping novel of suspense, intrigue, twists, and turns that you won't be able to put down. A warning: Don't listen to this book in the dark alone!
"Narration makes this incomprehensible."
Kim Claremont, assistant to a famous plastic surgeon is approached by a longtime friend, to perform facial reconstruction. Explaining that she is terminally ill with cancer, the waiting list is not an option. Kim, caught in a deadly trap of substance abuse, has a plan to free herself of her habit and the man who is responsible for it. But the plan leads her to the edge of murder.
Amanda, a pert and pretty mother of equally attractive teenage twin daughters find themselves invited guests on an afternoon cruise to California's Catalina Island. Blue skies, emerald waters, warm and balmy breezes. What could make the day more perfect? Only one thing. Maybe the retired reverend, the kind, benevolent grandfatherly host who invited them on board, may have an entirely different plan for his guests.
Grieving from the untimely death of his fiancee, Ryan Winslow, the young dynamic director of the Fallbrook Museum of the Arts and Sciences in Cambridge, Massachusetts, resigns his position and wanders throughout South East Asia eventually boarding a freighter bound for Prince Rupert.
When the interior designer for a major hotel chain, Mia Kensington, is sent to a small South Pacific island to solve the troubled completion of one of its newest hotels, she's prepared to meet the usual problems. But the mysterious suicide of a hotel guest is compounded by the fact that the presiding doctor attends to one of the few remaining leper colonies in the world.