“Gripping and Graphic… Davis’s narrative strengths lie in portraying the horrifying realities of war and in vivifying the ancient setting…” –(Publishers Weekly)
“Is it better to be a bad man and accomplish great things, or be a great man and accomplish nothing?”
Quintus Sertorius has spent the first 20 years of his life training horses on his family farm, but this must end when his father dies and his village’s political connections to Rome are severed. For the sake of his family, Quintus must leave his village for the Eternal City.
If he succeeds, his people will be fed. If he fails, his people will starve.
He begins his political career under the most influential men in Rome, but soon discovers that those in the Senate are less inclined to help him than he had hoped. His journey takes him from the corrupt and treacherous Forum to the deadly forests of Gaul, making powerful friends and enemies along the way.
But it will take more than allies to succeed. He will have to decide what compromises he is willing to make, and what risks he is willing to take, if he is to secure a future for himself and his people.
For fans of Stephen King, Dean Koontz, and Scott Sigler, from a #1 bestselling Kindle author.
An infection that consumes and changes people…
When an alien entity lands in the remote Appalachian Mountains, a clairvoyant psychology professor, a drunken dirt farmer, and a disillusioned tycoon must team up to stop it before the infection spreads.
But with Windshake’s annual spring festival coming, the town is full of visitors, unaware of the unnatural menace creeping toward them from the woods…
“Fast paced and always creepy, this is one author that aims to kill and never misses.” – Jeremy Robinson, author of INSTINCT and THRESHOLD
“Hold onto your pants, because Nicholson is about to scare them off.”- J.A. Konrath, ORIGIN
“Always surprises and always entertains.”- Jonathan Maberry, PATIENT ZERO and ROT & RUIN
“A gallery of fine characters, a remote location, and an alien entity bent on feeding. Nicholson has cooked up a perfect tale from this simple recipe, and the result will fill your dreams.”–William Meikle, author of THE INVASION and THE VALLEY
“A fresh and true voice that will affect you, disturb you, enrage you, or make you laugh. He will not, however, leave you cold.”–Kevin J. Anderson, co-author of the Dune series
Author’s preferred and DRM-free edition of the 2003 paperback “The Harvest.” From #1 Kindle bestselling author of 20 paranormal, mystery, and suspense thrillers including LIQUID FEAR, THE RED CHURCH, AS I DIE LYING, SPEED DATING WITH THE DEAD, DISINTEGRATION, and DRUMMER BOY, as well as six story collections, including THE FIRST, GATEWAY DRUG, and ZOMBIE BITS. He’s also created the comics GRAVE CONDITIONS and DIRT and the children’s books IF I WERE YOUR MONSTER, TOO MANY WITCHES, and DUNCAN THE PUNKIN.
The Wall Street Journal and Amazon Charts bestseller.
In the summer of 2006, Emma Price watched helplessly as her six-year-old son’s red coat was fished out of the River Ouse. It was the tragic story of the year – a little boy, Aiden, wandered away from school during a terrible flood, fell into the river, and drowned.
His body was never recovered.
Ten years later, Emma has finally rediscovered the joy in life. She’s married, pregnant, and in control again…
… until Aiden returns.
Too traumatized to speak, he raises endless questions and answers none. Only his body tells the story of his decade-long disappearance. The historic broken bones and injuries cast a mere glimpse into the horrors Aiden has experienced. Aiden never drowned. Aiden was taken.
As Emma attempts to reconnect with her now teenage son, she must unmask the monster who took him away from her. But who, in their tiny village, could be capable of such a crime?
It’s Aiden who has the answers, but he cannot tell the unspeakable.
This dark and disturbing psychological novel is a page-turner you will not be able to put down.
What readers are saying about Silent Child:
“Everyone, buy this book, it’s brilliant. I just kept reading it, instead of cleaning. Now I’m sad it’s ended.”
“A tense, haunting story which I had to finish in one sitting.”
“What a fantastic read. Kept me on the edge of my seat ’til the end.”
“One of the best books I have read. I stayed up most of the night to read it.”
“I read this book from cover to cover in one sitting. It’s been a long time since a book has captivated me so much to do that. Gripping and full of twists and turns.”
“They burned it down once…They should burn it down again.”
Once the star of Scotland Yard, burnt out East London detective Jack Sheridan is now a washed up cop working a low end station, estranged from his family and haunted by his past. The discovery in woodland of a young woman nailed to a wooden cross sends Jack spiralling into a direct confrontation with that past when the woman is identified as the daughter of a murdered cop he once knew. With a serial killer the media are dubbing the ‘Crucifix Killer’ slaying working girls on his patch, Jack must face his own demons and uncover a series of terrible secrets if he is to find the twisted killer.
On his way to the Tunisian border, Alex Dorring is informed that his sister has been murdered. Dorring is Agent 192 of Uriel, a clandestine assassins wing of MI6. With revenge on his mind, Dorring makes his way to London and begins investigating her death in his own special way. As he moves like a ghost through the underbelly of the city, he meets Chloe, a troubled nineteen year old trying to escape the very people Dorring has come to hunt. Could this girl be the key to leading him to the killer?
As both men operate under entirely different rules, the death of one girl sees a bed of lies, sexual violence, murder and corruption come rising to the surface as East London descends into chaos.
I’m an ordinary mortal girl. Lord Irrik is a depraved dragon shifter. King Irdelron is an immortal tyrant.
In the disease ridden land of Verald, life is mapped out much like the established rings of our kingdom. Everyone has a role…
Me? I’ll be uselessly serving potato stew for the rest of my life because I can’t make anything grow.
But starvation brews rebellion.
When the king strikes, I’m captured by Lord Irrik. Instantly, I’m embroiled in a deadly game. One where I’m desperate to understand the rules.
Because nothing makes sense anymore.
Now, I’m not only fighting for my life . . . but a love that could be the key to my freedom.
What if the truth means you’re not who — or what — you thought you were?
Fans of dark fantasy, dragons, intrigue, and romance will devour this story.
Due to thematic elements, this series is recommended for mature YA and up.
A hidden conspiracy. A shadow government. The CIA analyst who uncovers it all.
In an off-site CIA facility outside of Langley, rookie analyst Everett Carroll discovers he’s not being told the whole truth. He’s instructed to disregard troubling information uncovered by his research. Everett ignores his directive and keeps digging. What he finds goes against everything he’s been taught to believe. Unfortunately, his curiosity doesn’t escape the attention of his superiors, and it may cost him his life.
Meanwhile, Tennessee public school teacher, Noah Parker, like many in the United States, has been asleep at the wheel. During his complacency, the founding precepts of America have been systematically destroyed by a conspiracy that dates back hundreds of years.
Cassandra Parker, Noah’s wife, has diligently followed end-times prophecy and the shifting tide against freedom in America. Noah has tried to avoid the subject, but when charges are filed against him for deviating from the approved curriculum in his school, he quickly understands the seriousness of the situation. The signs can no longer be ignored, and Noah is forced to prepare for the cataclysmic period of financial and political upheaval ahead.
Watch through the eyes of Noah Parker and Everett Carroll as the world descends into chaos, a global empire takes shape, ancient writings are fulfilled, and the last days fall upon the once-great United States of America.
The Days of Noah, by Mark Goodwin, is a fast-paced fiction thriller, which looks at how modern conspiracies could play into Biblical prophecy concerning the end times. Buy your copy and jump into this near-future, post-apocalyptic adventure today!
This is the complete, three-book box set. Book One: Conspiracy, Book Two: Persecution, and Book Three: Perdition. The individual books in the series spent months at the top of multiple best-seller lists and have accumulated over 1,000 Five-Star Reviews to date.
As with all books by Mark Goodwin, this book contains no profanity and no embarrassing sex scenes. However, if you’re offended by conservative principles and references to Scripture, this book might not be for you.
Afraid to travel alone to a faraway country she knows little about, Sandy chooses to go there with someone she met online. But that turns out not to be such a good idea.
When she goes missing while trekking in a remote mountain region, Patrick, her father, embarks on a frantic search. Then, just as he is about to learn what has happened to Sandy, his second daughter goes missing and he becomes caught in a race against time to find her before it’s too late.
If you like page-turning action and fast-paced suspense, then you’ll love to read The Travel Mate.
“A gut-punch of a thriller, wickedly paced and beautifully rendered.”
– Peter Swanson, author of Her Every Fear and The Kind Worth Killing
From the author of Tomorrow City and Land of Hidden Fires comes a thriller about a strained expat couple that gets taken hostage while vacationing in Malaysia.
After trailing spouse Marah Lenaerts suffers her third miscarriage in as many years, her husband Eden surprises her with a vacation to Malaysia, hoping it will lift her spirits. And it does, as they enjoy trading the bustle of their Shanghai life behind for the idyllic tropical paradise. But while on a diving excursion, they’re taken hostage by a group of terrorists, who take them to a remote island and hold them there for ransom. The longer that time drags on, though, the more doubts Marah begins to have about their captors’ true motivations.
There’s a killer prowling the streets. He stalks and murders young women seemingly at random, and he always warns them first…
Twenty year old Kendele Byers is savagely killed and buried in a shallow grave. She had a violent past, a bizarre kinky line of work, and the suspect list grows longer every day.
But when another woman is murdered, Detective Mitchell Lonnie realizes that there’s something much more sinister afoot, a connection between the two murders. Both victims had received a clue hinting their oncoming demise several minutes before they were attacked. There’s a serial killer in Glenmore Park. Even worse, he seems to be accelerating his murder pace.
Now Mitchell and his partner need to locate the killer before more innocent women die. But when his sister gets involved, Mitchell’s focus begins to unravel. Soon his pursuit becomes personal, and the stakes rise very high…
The Glenmore Park Mysteries are stand alone novels, and can be read in any order. They have interconnecting characters that you come to love.
1. Spider’s Web
2. Deadly Web
3. Web of Fear
What People Are Saying About Spider’s Web
If you like James Patterson’s Alex Cross, You’re going to like this as well – Wayne Stinnet, Author of the Caribbean Adventure Series
Grittiness, dry humor, and fun crime stuff, in perfect ratios – Dawn McKenna, Author of the Forgotten Coast Series
Draws you into the book from the very first chapter – Michelle’s Book Ends
Definitely a page turner – C. N. Crawford, Author of The Witching Elm
Omer’s mystery is compelling from page one, the sense of dread palpable – For the love of books
Very well-written book with some great twists and turns and a real nail-biter of an ending – Tammi Labrecque, Author of Midnight Confessions
This time I found myself a winner – Alexandra’s adventures in books
What makes this book different from a thousand others? Firstly, the characters – Pauline M. Ross, Author of The Plains of Kallanash
The action is nonstop and the drama is as tight as a well-tuned violin string – Charles Ray’s Ramblings