Berkley Street Series10 books in series
Berkley Street Series Books 1 - 9 Publisher's Summary
Shane Ryan is returning to his hometown of Nashua and the childhood memories that have haunted him throughout his adult life. The sinister demon lurking behind his family home threatens to spill over and destroy all he holds near and dear...spurring Shane on a journey that will challenge everything he knows about himself and the world.
This audiobook set contains all nine of the thrilling supernatural novels in this best-selling series:
Berkley Street: Twenty years ago, Shane Ryan’s parents disappeared within the halls of their family home. Now, more relatives have vanished. But a childhood memory is stirring in his mind - of a long-forgotten encounter with the sinister monster that has always lurked just beyond the house.
The Lighthouse: The beautiful lighthouse watching over Squirrel Island has given Shane a false sense of escape as he encounters the terrifying forces within.
The Town of Griswold: Taking a small break, Shane spends a day exploring. His plans change when he comes across the deadly ghost of Abel.
Sanford Hospital: Shane Ryan is in the hospital for burn treatments, but his recovery is thwarted when he crosses the Angel of Death.
Kurkow Prison: When a new owner cuts the iron chains keeping the ghosts locked inside Kurkow Prison, the town becomes overrun by restless souls.
Lake Nutaq: Shane’s getaway in the woods is cut short by a maniacal ghost. Nothing could prepare them for the evil spirits eager to cause misery and death.
Slater Mill: Shane has another job in Slater Mill. As he prepares for battle, he’s visited by an old friend whose timing couldn’t be worse.
Borgin Keep: Shane assumed his jobs were random until he ran into the Watchers. When they send him a gruesome message, Shane knows he must stop them before it’s too late.
Amherst Burial Ground: A little boy possesses an appetite that keeps residents on edge. Meanwhile, Shane is in a deep depression. He quickly realizes this encounter with Samson and the Watchers may be his last.