Dead Men Kill
Detective Terry Lane is a standout homicide cop who thought he’d seen it all … until now.
Lane has seen the darkest side of human behavior but he’s never seen a murder spree like this, targeting the wealthy, the powerful, and the privileged. For the evidence is clear: the killers have not emerged from the seamy underside of the city … but from six feet under it. They are the walking dead, spreading terror and showing no mercy.
Following a trail of drugs, blackmail, and the twisted clues of a seductive nightclub singer, Detective Lane will have to think outside the box … or he could end up inside one, buried alive.
A novel of compelling suspense.
Professor James Lowry didn’t believe in spirits, or witches, or demons.
Not until a gentle spring evening when his hat disappeared, and suddenly he couldn’t remember the last four hours of his life. Now, the quiet university town of Atworthy is changing—slightly at first, then faster and more frighteningly each time he tries to remember.
Lowry is pursued by a dark, secret evil that is turning his whole world against him while it whispers a warning from the shadows: If you find your hat you’ll find your four hours. If you find your four hours then you will die.…
The Carnival of Death
Decadence and murder found on the dark side of the big city pales in comparison to the freak show found by undercover US narcotics agent Bob Clark in The Carnival of Death.
Clark’s investigation begins with cocaine and leads to cold-blooded murder—the discovery of one, and then another, headless corpse. Who is behind the slaughter? Are the killings tied to the drug traffic? Or is a deeper, darker, and even more sinister conspiracy unfolding in the carnival?
There are plenty of distractions—bright lights and beautiful girls—but Clark better find the murderers of the midway fast. Because the next head that rolls could very well be his own.
Also includes the mystery “The Death Flyer,” in which a man and woman find themselves trapped on a ghost train and bound for a deadly crash … unless they can find a way to derail fate and cheat death—on the fly.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
In 1934, while living in New York, the heart of the publishing industry, L. Ron Hubbard struck up a friendship with the city’s medical examiner—a relationship that started his education in undetectable crime and provided him with authoritative clinical background for his detective stories.