Jack West is desk bound, working cold cases, still infuriated the OAG and DEA ordered them to stand down on a triple homicide case they’d been working. However, he’d gotten the impression they wanted him to stay on the case and that they would call. Fourteen months later, no one called and his case sat unsolved. Deciding to work the case on his own, he begins his undercover investigation. Never had he thought he’d end up as a deputized DEA agent in Mexico near the Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains, with a female DEA partner. Now he was working undercover with people who played both sides and they played for keeps-as in dead. Who could you trust if the good guys were bad guys? Undoubtedly, Detective Jack West would tell you—watch your six and trust no one.
A triple homicide and fear has everyone silenced. A paroled convict out for revenge, but his target is dead. Jack West needs to watch his back while investigating these murders.
Cyrus Shelton spent the last twenty-three years locked up in the Huntsville State Penitentiary with only one thing on his mind – revenge. Once paroled and having learned the arresting detective, Frank Windom, had the nerve to die, he set his sights on Windom’s former partner, Jack West, and his lousy defense attorney, Jonell Simone. When a cryptic letter addressed to him and his dead partner shows up, he’s curious. However, he is deeply involved in investigating a triple homicide and has to set this aside for now. When the Attorney General’s office steps in ordering his team to stand down on their murder investigation, Jack knows his case goes deeper than just homicide.
Now, with no murder case to work, he turns his attention to the mysterious letter. The former Publish Defender, who is now Houston’s Assistant District Attorney, Jonell Simone informs Jack she’s received a similar letter; the mystery deepens.
Cyrus Shelton is on his murder rampage and the gloves come off. Jack wants revenge. Now it is personal.
Houston Homicide Detective Jack West is back at work. A fresh case he's working might be connected to a murder case fellow detectives Chang and Severson are working. The Medical Examiner's report shows some similarities to each murder, but the victims are strangers with nothing in common. A third murder victim found under a bridge on the Buffalo Bayou confirms Houston has a serial killer on the loose. Three very diverse people are dead—are these hate crimes, and if so, how many more will die? The clock is ticking; Jack and his team need to catch this killer before another body shows up.
Homicide Detective Jack West and his partner Dawson Luck, known around the station as 'Lucky' are putting fresh eyes on two ancient cold cases. In an affluent Houston neighborhood, a call goes out reporting a murder/suicide. Jack and Lucky wrap this case up in record time, and they are back on the cold cases. As Jack begins to dig, he hears a bizarre tale from a dying ex-prostitute that is unbelievable; and finds that his case and Lucky's cases are connected. Joining forces, and digging deeper, they unravel truths about cops on the take, executions, prostitution, conspiracy to cover up a murder involving a high-ranking official and revenge.
Blaze never cared about her culture. Not the people, not the land, and certainly not Sioux history. Facing heartache after heartache, she would just rather give up and forget everything.
When a mystic journal written hundreds of years ago by Chief Black Raven is discovered, her life makes a drastic change. Beneath the power of the full moon, a magic ritual is performed, and it sends Blaze spiraling into the past. Now she is on her own in a time she knows nothing about. Blaze Clark must face her fears, fall in love, and embrace her Sioux heritage to become She-Cougar, the Sioux maiden destined to save her people’s legacy.
Release Date – February 2019
Gracie is a precocious six-year-old little girl who loves her mommy and daddy, her friends, and has a fun life. Her Mommy and Daddy have a very big secret, but they have not told her yet! How will Gracie handle finding out that her parents adopted her? Follow Gracie thru six more stories to see how she handles moving, new friends-new school, and a new brother.