An Elite Special Force, Code Blue was responsible for the elimination of all threats to the national interest of the United States and her allies. After years of service, the members of the group began questioning their role and the treatment that awaited them once they returned to civilian life. Not liking the direction in which the country was going, they formulated a plan to pull off one of the boldest operations that will affect the five boroughs of New York City.
International espionage, counterintelligence, and covert operations are the backdrop for an international duo of assassins, who must confront the double-dealing, treachery, lies, and shifting of allegiance from their government, allies, family, and friends. Lines are drawn as family bonds are broken, leading to grudges, rivalry, and betrayal. Will disloyalty, breach of trust, and ultimately hate, destroy one of the oldest and most powerful Japanese clan?
As the strings of unsolved murders continues to grip the city, Rain Banks-Summer embarks on a life changing journey; one which will test her resilience. Possessing an incredible memory for details and unwilling to blame others, she quickly adapts the fortitude that most New Yorkers shares. Conscious of what it will take to find the missing piece in a life filled with pain and self-doubt, she's determined to make the transition from victim to one of triumph. This chapter of her life is about walking away from an abusive situation and having the courage to do so.
Treasure chronicles the de jure racial segregation of the Jim Crow era in the south. It is a candid account of sisters raised in a family of freed blacks who for generations had passed for white. Forbidden to marry black men, Treasure, the eldest provides as much protection as she can in shielding her younger siblings from the constant exchange of ideas they are exposed to growing up. However, in doing so, she may have taken them to a darker place, where the family secrets are revealed; and where few can be trusted.
False Pretense is an urban suspense thriller.
It was a time in which the New Republic was in its infancy, and like the new settlers, another group of visitors had arrived looking for a new way of life. Unbeknownst to the human settlers, and in their midst, were the undead. In deep denial at the outset and the refusal to accept the existence of vampires, the townspeople are shaken when their animals and neighbors starts missing without a trace.
Deadly Consequences chronicles the rise of Dante “Black” Reynolds, a young man bitter towards his father, and whose absence shaped the path he took in life more so than his presence. It’s a look into the life of a complex young man whose life is a paradox. It’s a coming of age story that is bound to challenge and unleash your emotions.
Explosive and realistic, it captures the sound, sights and scenes of a feisty group of Harlemites whose one requiem is having their eulogy read aloud as a warning to others. It’s a clear reminder to their adversaries that their reputation hinges on how business is done, and if proper precautions are not taken, Harlem’s wrath will be Unleashed.
You will be entertained by the conflicts, resolutions, commitments, and choices of the varied characters as they make their way through life. Filled with the ups and downs and the many decisions that can either lift one up or break them down, Untold Tales colorfully describes and paint a picture of human fragility, love, pain, and joy.
Sexually molested as a child, Dana Estick decides to take hold of her life and flees from her harrowing past. However, her decisions might have taken her to a darker place, where few can be trusted. Will she be able to handle the scars of her past and the uncertainty of her future?