The rise of Osiris is the first step in mankind's evolutionary downfall.
To make their digital universes more realistic, a virtual reality company begins inserting a little something extra into their video games—real human memories, emotions, and feelings they’ve extracted...from the dead.
Adventure and Humor Await
During a routine assignment, a federal assassin suddenly gains a conscience. Now me must decide between finishing the job and murdering an innocent, or risking it all to save her.
When the mutilated body of a young woman washes up on shore in a small town, Sam Bradford, armed with his wits and mastery of the 122 Rules of Psychology, breaks rank to track down the killer.
A former party girl-turned domestic diva, catches her husband cheating. Instead of strangling him or heading to divorce court, she get elects to get the best revenge on him ever.
All books are based in the little idealistic SoCal surfing town, Alabaster Cove.
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