Not an Exit
A Short Story – Ebook
The obstacle? There isn’t a building around the scene that stands thirty floors high, and no one seems to have seen anything.
A story that brings Detective Watts to the edge of a long career, and into a world where no one seems to care beyond what is going on within their own little world.
Not an Exit will leave you asking do you really want to know what awaits you when you finally reach the door with all the answers.
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Merchant is the first book in a story that will extend the breadth of America and leave in its wake a tale of destruction and redemption.
This Christmas means a new home for Liz and her family. Portswell, New York. A small town tucked into the deep woods of the Adirondack Mountains.
For Detective Marc Stutton it’s a new case taking an unexpected twist. A family with a file full of secrets moving not only into his jurisdiction but into a house with its own secrets.
This season will lead both into the darkest night of the year.
Captain Coleena Armigera. A Soldier. A Fighter. A Survivor.
One last mission. One final Assignment. In a world devastated by demons and war, the final standing capital finds itself on the brink of self-destruction. Can an Army Captain, who has spent her entire life fighting for humanity’s survival, find a way to discover the hidden secrets behind her country’s lines before everyone’s time runs out?
The people of Morninglight are a peaceful, God loving people. When faced with the reality of losing all they have ever worked for, they turn to a dark stranger and his disease-stricken companion.
Two against an army. The beliefs of an old world versus the realities of a new hell. A bargain will be made, and a price will be paid.
Tobias and his brother have hit the jackpot. After a lifetime of living under their family’s shadow of being failures, their luck has finally turned around. They’ve struck it rich.
Too bad good luck has a way of quickly turning back around.
Black Gold, where your dreams can become nightmares.
Dreams can sometimes feel real. So real they are more memories than fantasy.
But are we sure that a dream is really a dream? How can we be certain that the familiar tastes and smells that bring us back are not our mind letting slip what it is trying to hide?
Where sometimes fantasy can be a little too real.