Ralph Leslie absolutely loves his job as a steward on millionaire Marshall Turner's lavish super-yacht—that is, until a brutal killer starts murdering the crew. While the passengers panic, Leslie must try to stay alive long enough to catch the killer.
In this blisteringly fast debut thriller—James M. Cain meets Elmore Leonard—hijacking a cruise ship is just the first step in one man's sprint to deliverance—or destruction.
Matt "Loose Cannon" Shannon is an ex-FBI agent turned security chief for the world's largest cruise line. It's a career move that owes more to personal weaknesses than to his fondness for the Miami sun. Fever is the story of Shannon's race to unravel the deadly labyrinth he's trapped in. With the help of a mysterious woman and his own instincts, he might find the one path that could allow him to survive.
Michael McGill is a burned-out private detective who suddenly becomes enlisted by an army of presidential goons to retrieve the real Constitution of the United States (the one with invisible amendments), created by some of the Founding Fathers as a fallback for their great experiment. Full of mind-bending style and packed with a wild cast of characters.
Switched at birth by a female slave who fears for her infant son's life, a light-skinned child changes places with the master's white son. From this simple premise, Mark Twain fashioned one of his most entertaining, funny, yet biting novels, an engrossing tale of reversed identities, an eccentric detective, a horrible crime, and a tense courtroom scene.
A middle-aged spinster rents a country house for the summer and soon finds herself plunged into a nasty scenario of bank defaults, stolen securities, and murder in this entertaining blend of intrigue, villainy, and heart-pounding suspense.
In this sequel to The Yellow Claw, Sax Rohmer's famous detectives Gaston Max and Inspector Dunbar investigate an international gang of assassins that is mysteriously linked to the elimination of the greatest scientific minds of the world.