As Ben Parks tries to avoid his kryptonite: the fear that he may be experiencing early dementia, he is confronted with embarrassing signs at unexpected times and places in inner city DC; in the professional life of an organizational consultant and part-time college professor; and in his hot and cold relationship with his with his wife, Addie.
In search of her lost child, Annie Laura is forced to reveal a truth that could mean losing her precious first-born forever.
When an English Earl opens a forgotten room, sealed since the 1930s, he reawakens a decades old conspiracy against his family. As he investigates connections between a lost Dali painting, a New York time capsule and his mother’s disappearance, he realises the true purpose of the conspirators will threaten the lives of millions of people.
Stephanie Ann “Sam” McRae’s life as a Maryland lawyer takes a chaotic turn when two clients are accused of murder. The cases intersect in a bizarre way involving girl gangs and computer porn. As a maniacal killer stalks her, Sam must find the truth and defend her clients or die trying.
Set in the immediate future, Against All Enemies, #1: Voice in the Wilderness is an inspirational, political thriller, with romance, about a neo-Marxist president, in centrist’s clothing, who plans to take the nation into tyranny, and the young man and woman who start a resistance movement to stop him.
“Wait. Don’t go. Please.” Max White stepped out of his cubicle and stood in her path. “I could show you my fluorescent mice,” he said. Despite her fears, she turned around. When he smiled at her, his perfect white canines sparked a deep inarticulate desire in her belly.
“Your mice have taken a holiday.” Jack’s voice came from behind her.
A gutsy, funny, conflicted park ranger; a fast-paced, beautifully written narrative inspired by America’s stunning landscape, and a twisted murder mystery with roots that reach as far back as Teddy Roosevelt … what more could a reader wish for?
Marti learned the truth early on—she’s just plain stupid. It must be true or she wouldn’t have befriended the drug dealer who now threatens her and her disabled sister. Sam’s life imploded, leaving him without a job, family, or belief in himself. He’s done helping people. But the shy barista needs more than help; she needs his protection. Now.
Best-selling Author Marvin J. Wolf returns with a spellbinding tale that Dan Brown fans will love, a page-turning romantic thriller set in Brooklyn’s mysterious Syrian-Jewish community.
“I saw the police photos of the Kitchen. Earl was covered in blood. I imagined most of it was mine. After I stabbed him I think I passed out on top of him. He had a peculiar smile on his face. As if he just heard something funny but not funny enough to laugh out loud. You’d have thought he enjoyed me stabbing him.”