Secrets in the Shallows (Book 1, The Monastery Murders)

The unexplained deaths of two high school boys.

A small-town deputy haunted by ghosts.

Can he find the truth before he becomes the next victim?

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Mystery and intrigue creep in after the deaths of two boys shake the quiet peace of Wattsville, Maine. Spirits of the slain cry out for justice, while their restless ghosts walk the halls of the old monastery. Faith, forensics, and falsehood mix together to thicken the plot of this elaborate murder mystery. Follow Deputy Christopher Williams in this first book of The Monastery Murders trilogy, as his team pits science against religion in a battle for the truth. Haunted by ghosts and stalked by a killer, will they become victims themselves, or will they discover the Secrets in the Shallows?

Also from this Author:
Devil in the Details (Book 2, The Monastery Murders series)
Method in the Madness (Book 3, The Monastery Murders series)

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Broken Days

Broken Days - ASIN B087F14998

A serial killer. A troubled young woman. An unlikely suspect.

Minneapolis TV research assistant, Gina Adams, devotes her life to recognizing patterns and anomalies and providing feedback on that. When she spots a woman clad in vintage garb that’s out of the ordinary for a Minnesota winter, her curiosity is piqued. What she soon discovers, however, upends the experienced researcher’s life.

Detectives Vilnas and Renford pride themselves on their investigative skills. That’s why they’re the perfect candidates for an FBI task force assigned to root out and apprehend an elusive serial killer who has gone to great lengths to cover their tracks.

When the detectives stop by headquarters for an impromptu holiday visit, a simple favor for a colleague opens a Pandora’s box of strange coincidences and their connection to a troubled young woman and her psychiatrist—the psychiatrist who also is a member of the task force.

As seemingly unconnected events come to light, the detectives’ investigation leads them in a new direction, where they’ll need more than analytical skills to solve the case and bring the vicious serial killer to justice.

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Undead of Night

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Three short tales of things that go bump in the night.

Under the Bed: Allison is trapped in a frightful game of hide and seek with the monster under her bed.

Night Creature: Stacey’s relaxing weekend takes a terrifying turn when a determined werewolf tries to have her for dinner.

Haunted: Seventeen-year-old Mikala must confront her fear of the dead to help a ghost child in need.

Allison, Stacey and Mikala may not be brave, but they’re no damsels in distress!

Gazetteer of British Ghosts

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The classic inaugural work by the well-known British ‘ghost hunter’ Peter Underwood (1923-2014), which can now be read in conjunction with a specially created ‘Gazetteer of British Ghosts’ GoogleMap, as well as ‘The Ghostly Gazetteer’, a WordPress blog dedicated to hunting down illustrations to all 236 sites contained in the book.

First published in 1971, and republished under the title ‘The A-Z of British Ghosts’ in the 1990s, this work represents the first attempt to offer a systematic survey of uncanny accounts of ghostly happenings throughout Britain, ranging from legendary to real-life experiences.

This newly revised ‘pure digital’ edition has been updated with information about the current status of each site, and each account has been further revised for greater clarity and ease of reading, following in Underwood’s footsteps in terms of his style, as well as in his aim of making each account as interesting and readable to the reader as possible.

You can read about famous haunted houses such as Borley Rectory, Hampton Court and Glamis Castle, as well as lesser known hauntings such as those associated with Woburn, Bury St Edmunds, and the Gargoyle Theatre in London’s Soho.

This new edition also includes a foreword by Underwood’s son Christopher, as well as an afterword by author Alan Williams, followed an interview Williams conducted with Underwood in 1997.

‘Every single entry has been reconsidered for today’s readership – to bring Underwood’s original accounts into the present – to enliven them and carry on his original endeavour to present them to the reader in the most accessible and readable way’ – Adam Underwood – Editor of the ‘Revised Edition’.

‘I read Peter Underwood, book after book, year after year and I hope that I am able to make my own readers feel that way about my own.’ – Alan Williams, author of The Seance Parlour (2013)