When a girl from the wrong side of Charleston tries to sell a seventeenth-century painting stolen thirty years before, Nick Barrett is asked to look into the mystery. His reluctant investigation collides with a woman desperate to free herself and her child from a cult. As the web of deceit widens, Nick unearths a secret hidden beneath the surface of Charleston's high society.
When an assassin guns down leading Heisman contender, Eliab McDermott, during the Iron Bowl game in Auburn, Alabama, a team of investigators, led by legendary Nashville PD detective Shot Glass Reynolds, sets out to crack the case. Murder follows murder while the officers attempt to unravel a thread of deceit that stretches across three generations. As they get closer to the truth, they learn that their investigation threatens to expose a coverup at the highest level of collegiate football.
Nicholas Barrett is abandoned by the women he loves the most: first by his mother, who deserts him as a child, and later by his wife of only four days. Crippled in an accident that costs him everything he holds dear, Nick returns from global wanderings years later determined to discover the shattering truth about his past and to extract revenge... (Publishers Weekly)
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When Beth lost her father to cancer and her husband to another woman, she didn't know where to turn. So she retreated to the family cabin at Stutter Creek. Some of the best times of her life were spent at that cabin. That's where she met her first crush, a boy named John. But that was many years ago...could he possibly still be around? Or would she find something sinister instead?
Homeland Security agents raid a small East Texas town and arrest a humble blue-collar worker for domestic terrorism and espionage. When two country lawyers take on his defense and fight to prevent their client's execution, they learn that he holds the secret of a doomsday device, a secret he will not divulge, even under torture. At the trial's astonishing conclusion, they realize for the first time that their struggle was not only about justice, but also redemption.
The apparent suicide of a young cadet at the Citadel leads Nick Barrett back two decades to the disappearance of a South Carolina beauty pageant queen. Beneath the glittering exterior of the elite of Charleston lies a century-old conspiracy that will endanger Nick's life and the people he loves most. Ironically, it's the sinister past that holds lessons about the strength and importance of faith.
When WWII veteran Woody Wilson realizes that Alzheimer's is about to ground him forever, he goes on the run. Soon, he finds himself in a criminal justice system gone haywire. Thrown into events he neither controls nor understands, he demonstrates in his last heroic battle the depth of his inner resolve never to fail those he loves.
In this multi-layered legal/psychological thriller, the discovery of the body of a fifteen-year-old girl in a compost pile in a posh coastal neighborhood spurs an investigation that challenges traditional notions of guilt and innocence. When a politically-motivated district attorney brings capital murder charges against a man-child, an aging uncle of the accused takes up his defense, recruiting a recovering alcoholic detective and another lawyer with his own demons to find out what really happened at the compost pile.
A tightly crafted legal thriller written by an attorney who knows the law. A national coalition known as the Christian Militants attempts to overthrow the United States government and all hell breaks loose. As the rebellion threatens to divide the nation, two unlikely leaders arise in the opposing camps. Will they save the Union, usher in the Kingdom of God or plunge the United States into all-out civil war?
While in the Everglades promoting both a fishing tournament and a concert to save the Everglades, country music icon Wally Norwood finds a dead body and a metric ton of pot and is immediately arrested for possession. Wally hires ex-DEA agent turned private investigator Sam Decker to clear his name and find out who framed him. As Decker begins to weed his way through the case, he begins to understand that there are a lot of suspects, including the very sheriff's department that made the initial arrest.
It was the race for the bomb. America was at war a long way from home. Hitler's war machine was storming across Europe. Russia feared the German threat and secretly wanted to become a world power, more feared than it already was. All three nations knew that whoever split the atom and developed the Atomic Bomb first would rule the world. A stealth operation within the U. S. Government dispatched their man with no memory to Los Alamos where physicists, chemists, and scholars were frantically trying to build the bomb.
Ambrose Lincoln is one of the government's prized operatives, a trained assassin, a man whose past is continually erased by mind control tactics and shock treatments. His days have no meaning. He no longer fears death. As far as he is concerned, a man without a memory is a man who's already dead. From Germany come rumors of a mad man threatening to rule Europe and maybe the world.
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